[Commerce Business Daily 2001]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Dahlgren Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, 17320
  Dahlgren Road, Dahlgren, VA 22448-5100
SUBJECT: A--MEDICAL RESEARCH
SOL N00178-01-Q-3015
DUE 021501
POC sd13 (540) 653-7765
DESC: The Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division intends
  to purchase services on a "sole source" basis, under FAR 6.302-1,
  via contract with Stanford University. Stanford University
  developed several compounds under Grant Number MDA972-97-1-0008.
  Some of the compounds, the lead compounds, require additional
  testing and evaluation. Stanford University will coordinate
  and report on independent testing and evaluation of the lead
  compounds developed under the grant. Goal of the effort is
  to (1) determine the mechanism by which Bacillus anthracis
  and the alpha-class pathogens acquire drug resistance to lead
  compounds developed under DARPA Grant No. MDA972-97-1-0008,
  (2) develop schemes for thwarting resistance mechanism by examining
  modifications to the compounds to make it difficult for bacteria
  to counteract, and (3) ascertain the breadth of activity against
  in vivo targets of the lead compounds. Period of performance
  is estimated at 6 months. The Government does not plan to issue
  a Request for Proposal. Interested parties are invited to identify
  their interest and capability to respond to the requirement.
  Respond in writing to Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren
  Division, Bldg 183, Room 106, Code SD13-20/21, 17320 Dahlgren
  Rd, Dahlgren, VA 22448-5100. All correspondence should reference
  N00178-01-Q-3015. Closing Date is 15 February 2001. See Numbered
  Note 22.
LINKURL: http://www.nswc.navy.mil/supply
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sd13@nswc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C398)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug
  Administration, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research,
  1401 Rockville Pike, HFM-145, Rockville, MD, 20852
SUBJECT: A--PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR A 12 MONTH PERIOD PERFORMING
  CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY RESEARCH
SOL A64655
DUE 021401
POC George Frazier, Program Analyst, Phone (301) 827-1426, Fax
  (301) 827-1102, Email frazierg@cber.fda.gov
DESC: Food and Drug Administration attends to issue a sole source
  purchase order for Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  to perform cellular and molecular immunology focusing on human
  T cell biology and cytokine pharmacology. Two specific projects
  in the laboratory are: i) the cloning and characterization
  of a recently identified T cell derived cytokine currently
  designated IL-X ii) the role of phosphodiesterases isozymes
  in the regulation of antigen-specific T cell function.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=A64655&L=3173
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: frazierg@cber.fda.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3B8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: National Technology Transfer Center, Wheeling Jesuit
  University, 316 Washington Ave., Wheeling, WV 26003-6295
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT -- SEEKING COMMERCIALIZATION
  PARTNERS TO FURTHER DEVELOP THE EXERCISE EXPERT SYSTEM (EES)
  SOFTWARE THROUGH A COOPERATIVE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
  (CRADA). 
DUE 022801
POC William Chard at 1-800-678-6882 or (304) 243-2039.
DESC: VA CBD Announcements  #99-004 Exercise Expert System
  Software (EES)-------  The Department of Veterans Affairs
  (VA), through the National Technology Transfer Center (NTTC),
  is seeking commercialization partners to further develop the
  Exercise Expert System (EES) software through a Cooperative
  Research and Development Agreement (CRADA). -------   Exercise
  Expert System is a new approach that facilitates the use of
  exercise counseling as a preventive health strategy in providing
  healthcare to senior citizens (elderly population). It addresses
  the problem of physical inactivity and related illnesses among
  seniors' by helping physicians and other healthcare professionals
  design the customized exercise prescriptions most likely to
  succeed in individual seniors. --------  The EES is a quick,
  customized and easy to use software for healthcare practitioners
  to prescribe exercises to seniors based on American College
  of Sports Medicine guidelines. The EES considers seniors' health
  status, clinical factors (contraindications to specific types
  of exercise), social circumstances, life style, and preferences
  when recommending a prescription. The EES has shown reliability
  and was validated by the consensus of national and international
  team of experts in geriatric medicine, exercise physiology,
  and exercise psychology. --------  Any interested research
  organizations and/or commercial companies should contact the
  NTTC for more information by calling William Chard at 1-800-678-6882
  or (304) 243-2039. 
EMAILADD: wchard@nttc.edu
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Code 219, Greenbelt,
  MD 20771
SUBJECT: A--CODE 920 FOLLOW-ON RECOMPETITION
SOL None
POC  Michele Rook, Contracting Officer, Phone (301) 614-5587,
  Fax (301) 614-5619, Email Michele.C.Rook.1@gsfc.nasa.gov -
  Julie A. Janus, Contract Specialist, Phone (301) 614-5615,
  Fax (301) 614-5619, Email jjanus@pop200.gsfc.nasa.gov
DESC:  920 Competition Questions and Answers Question: What is
  the average length of stay for incumbent employees? Answer:
  Seventy-Four (74%) percent of the employees working on the
  contract in December 1999 are still on the contract 1 year
  later (December 2000). Question: What is the distribution of
  incumbent personnel by specialty? Answer: This information
  can be accessed in the Earth Sciences Procurement Library once
  it is completed, which will be prior to the draft RFP release
  date. We will post a notice on the NAIS and CDB web sites announcing
  the opening of the Library when the Library is actually opened.
  We anticipate opening the Library in February 2001. Question:
  How long have the incumbent contractors been performing on
  this contract? The incumbents have been serving Code 920 since
  the Laboratory's inception in 1990. The incumbent contractors
  have been performing on these 2 multiple-award contracts (NAS5-99084
  and -99085) since they were awarded in 1998. Question: Will
  you make a library available at time of release of Draft RFP?
  Answer: The Earth Sciences Procurement Library will be made
  available to all interested parties prior to the draft RFP
  release date. Question: What is the approximate value of the
  contract? NAS5-99084 and NAS5-99085 both have a combined ceiling
  price of $43 million. Question: What is the equivalent level
  of effort (FTEs) or total man-years for the support? Answer:
  This information can be accessed in the Earth Sciences Procurement
  Library once it is completed, which will be prior to the draft
  RFP release date. Question: What level of importance is attached
  to Past Performance? Answer: Once the draft RFP is released,
  it will identify the level of importance of all evaluation
  factors, including the Past Performance factor. Question: What
  is the contract period of performance? Answer: NASA expects
  to make contract award in FY02 (approximately December 2001).
  The resultant contract will have a 5-year period of performance.
  Question: Is teaming acceptable? Small with small, or small
  with large business? Answer: Teaming will be evaluated in accordance
  with the evaluation factors included in the solicitation. The
  acceptability, or unacceptability, of proposed teaming would
  be evaluated by the Government consistent with those factors.
  Question: What level of security clearance is required for
  employees? Answer: The contract is unclassified. The proposed
  contract, which will be included in the draft RFP, will include
  the Security Requirements for Unclassified Technology Information
  Resources, NFS 1852.204-76.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=51#None
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Michele.C.Rook.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3L5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Defense Threat Reduction Agency/AM, DTRA Annex, 8725
  John J. Kingman Road, MSC 6201, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6201
SUBJECT: A--UPDATE OF DOCUMENTATION FOR LAJITAS U.S. IMS PRIMARY
  SEISMIC STATION
SOL DTRA01-01-P-0084
DUE 022001
POC Susan Gaumer, 703-767-4637, Contract Specialist
DESC: Notice of intent to negotiate a sole source fixm-fixed-price
  contract under the auspices of FAR Part 13 to Southern Methodist
  University, Dallas, TX, for documentation update for the Comprehensive
  Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) International Monitoring System
  (IMS) station at Lajitas, TX. Update of documentation must
  be in full compliance with the requirements established by
  the CTBT and resultantly be certified by the CTBTO Provision
  Technical Secretariat. The contract period of performance will
  be three month. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS.
  Any other firm desiring consideration must fully identify its
  capability to perform this requirement. All inquiries must
  be submitted in writing to the address or facsimile number
  stated herein and to the attention of Ms. Susan Gaumer. Responses
  to this notice must be received at the above address by close
  of business (local time) 20 February 2001. The response must
  include your business name, point of contact, address, and
  telephone number with area code, and clear and convincing evidence
  of qualifications and/or capabilities. Responses received after
  20 February 2001 or without the required information, will
  be considered non-responsive to this synopsis and will not
  be considered. A determination by the Government to not conduct
  this effort as a full and open competitive procurement, based
  upon responses to this notice, is solely within the discretion
  of the Government. Telephone requests or inquiries will not
  be accepted. FAX No. (703) 767-4691. 
EMAILADD: susan.gaumer@dtra.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Energy, Oakland Operations Office,
  1301 Clay Street, Room 700N, Oakland, CA 94612-5208
SUBJECT: A--COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE GAS TURBINE MODULAR
  HELIUM REACTOR
SOL N/A
POC Phil Wong, (925) 422-0765/Contract Specialist, Wayne Bryan,
  (510) 637-1712
DESC: The Department of Energy (DOE) Oakland Operations Office
  intends to negotiate and award on a sole source basis a one
  year contract with a one year option to General Atomics (GA)
  for the planning and implementation of initiatives to develop
  the Gas Turbine Modular Helium Reactor (GT-MHR) designed by
  GA for domestic commercial purposes. GA is currently one of
  the primary participants in a U.S. and Russian international
  program to advance the GT-MHR technology for its design, demonstration,
  and implementation in expanding the existing plutonium disposition
  capacity in Russia. Much of the technology development for
  a domestic GT-MHR will be derived from this international collaboration.
  GA will perform work in a number of distinct task areas to
  initiate the technology development for a domestic GT-MHR.
  These task areas include, but are not limited to: (1) Commercial
  Uranium Fuel - design, development, testing and qualification
  of commercial uranium fuel (e.g., uranium coated particle fuel
  fabrication process improvement, uranium coated particle fuel
  irradiation testing and examination, and uranium core performance
  analyses); (2) Design and Analyses Status--identification of
  unique features or material applications, evaluation of the
  testing and code qualification programs needed for commercial
  deployment with these unique features, performing an independent
  assessment of the public risk associated with use of a confinement
  system which conceptual assessments have shown to be technically
  adequate for a uranium fueled core, or other key options; (3)
  Cost Analysis--review available cost analyses and update assumptions
  as appropriate to develop a cost estimate to develop, license
  and build a U.S. based commercial GT-MHR based on the US-Russian
  design; and (4) Waste Disposal Assessment--determination that
  GT-MHR wastes meets the requirements of a geological repository.
  In the past, GA has been involved with the research and design
  of gas cooled reactors, including the GT-MHR. Since 1994, GA
  has been engaged in an international collaborative effort to
  develop the conceptual design of a GT-MHR Pu disposition concept
  reactor. GA's knowledge of the GT-MHR design and experience
  gained from the GT-MHR plutonium disposition reactor development
  project are required for the success of domestic GT-MHR development.
  Furthermore, GA is the only known source that can provide GT-MHR
  fuel elements for the irradiation experiments planned later
  this year. See Numbered Notes 22 and 26!! 
EMAILADD: wayne.bryan@oak.doe.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C414)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Business Center,
  5901 East Seventh Street, Bldg 149, Long Beach, CA 90822
SUBJECT: A--PATIENT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
SOL RFQ 600-051-01
DUE 022101
POC Jan Litchfield, Contracting Officer, NBC/MP (562) 961-8040
DESC: The Contractor shall provide analysis and recommendations
  for an appropriate patient classification system to classify
  in-patients according to their nursing care requirements related
  to patient dependency and amount of direct nursing care required
  for the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System; approximately
  989 operating beds. Solicitation to be available o/a 2/7/01
  with quotations due 2/21/01. All requests for the solicitation
  must be in writing to the Contracting Officer. Facsimile requests
  may be sent to (562) 494-5828. The requestor must include the
  RFQ Number, requestor's name, address, telephone and fax number.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C424)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Johnson Engineering Corporation, 555 Forge River Road,
  Suite 150, Webster, TX 77598-4336
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
SOL ISSHAB
DUE 021601
POC Christine Golden, Procurement Assistant, Phone 281-853-1248
  or Fax 281-853-1289
DESC: JOHNSON ENGINEERING (JE), A SPACEHAB COMPANY, IS A PRIME
  CONTRACTOR (NAS9-18800) TO THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
  ADMINISTRATION (NASA) AT JOHNSON SPACE CENTER (JSC), HOUSTON,
  TX. JE IS SEEKING QUALIFIED SOURCES THAT CAN PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
  A STATIC AIR / WATER SEPARATOR TO BE USED AS PART OF A WATER
  DISPENSER SYSTEM. THIS STATIC SEPARATOR WILL BE USED TO REMOVE
  RESIDUAL QUANTITIES OF AIR FROM THE POTABLE WATER ON THE GALLEY
  WATER DISPENSER SYSTEM. WHILE THE EXACT SPECIFICATIONS ARE
  YET TO BE DETERMINED THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS WILL BE USED
  AT THIS TIME. :  INLET WATER FLOW RATE: 0.25 GPM @ 20 DEG.
  C INLET WATER SUPPLY PRESSURE: 30.0 PSIG @ 20 DEG. C DELTA
  WATER PRESSURE AT OUTLET: 1.0 PSIG @ 20 DEG. C INLET AIR IN
  WATER INCLUSION: 10% BY VOLUME @ 20 DEG. C. AND AMBIENT PRESSURE
  (14. 7 PSIA) OUTLET AIR IN WATER INCLUSION: 5 % BY VOLUME
  @ 20 DEG C AND AMBIENT PRESSURE (14.7 PSIA) PACKAGE VOLUME:
  8" X 6" X 6" MAXIMUM WEIGHT: 2 LBS.  WATER QUALITY: TO BE
  FREE OF SOLID CONTAMINANTS INLET / OUTLET LINE SIZE: " TUBE
    QUALIFIED SOURCES ARE REQUSTED TO SUBMIT A STATEMENT OF
  CAPABILITIES (SOC), WITHIN 15 CALENDAR DAYS OF THE PUBLICATION
  DATED OF THIS NOTICE. A PROSPECTIVE SUPPLIER MUST PROVIDE REFERENCES
  AND BUSINESS STATUS (E.G., SMALL DISADVANDAGED OR WOMAN-OWNED
  BUSINESS, SMALL OR LARGE). RESPONSES MAY BE FAXED TO 281-853-1289
  ATTN: CHRISTINE GOLDEN. JE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO PRE-QUALIFY
  ANY PROSPECTIVE SUPPLIERS PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE OF ANY SOLICITATION.
  ALL FIRMS SUBMITTING AN SOC WILL BE CONSIDERED, AND ANY SUBSEQUENT
  SOLICIATION WILL BE ISSUED TO THE SOURCES THAT JE HAS DETERMINED
  TO BE QUALIFIED. JE DOES NOT INTEND TO PAY FOR INFORMATION
  RECEIVED AS A RESULT OF THIS SYNOPSIS.  
EMAILADD: cgolden@spacehab.com
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3P5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, SW Idaho/Nevada Acquisition Office,
  1249 S. Vinnell Way, Boise, ID 83709
SUBJECT: B--TROY CANYON MINING DISTRICT HERITAGE RESOURCE RECORDATION
  PROJECT ON THE HUMBOLDT-TOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST
SOL 17QR4-028-01
DUE 031401
POC John M. Venaglia, Contracting Officer - Contracting Section:
  208 373-4150
DESC: By means of this project, the Forest Service intends to
  enter into a contract for professional services to complete
  the formal recordation of the historic site of Troy Canyon
  Mining District in Nye County, Nevada. Information from the
  site file will be used to develop a site management plan to
  identify site stabilization needs, site monitoring requirements
  and site rehabilitation. Additionally, information gathered
  during the recordation of the site will be used to develop
  off-site interpretive materials. The Contractor will be required
  to furnish all of the equipment required to complete the job.
  The est. date for starting work is 4/15/2001 with 7 months
  for contract completion. The project is located on the Ely
  Ranger District in Troy Canyon on the west side of the Grant
  Range in Central Nevada. See numbered note #1
EMAILADD: astoor@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Y4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  30CONS, Bldg 7015, STE 2D, 806 13th Street, Vandenberg AFB,
  CA, 93437-5226
SUBJECT: B--WING SAFETY PERFORMACE & EVALUATION CONTRACT (WSPEC)
SOL F04684-01-R-0004
DUE 022001
POC Susan Dickson, Contract Specialist, Phone (805)606-1507,
  Fax (805) 922-1703, Email Susan.Dickson@vandenberg.af.mil -
  Fred Rayburn, Contracting Officer, Phone (805) 606-6635, Fax
  (805) 922-1703, Email
DESC: This draft solicitation is posed to eps.gov for review
  and comments by all interested parties. The Vandenberg Wing
  Safety Performance Evaluation Contract effort is a consolidation
  of current contracts to provide a core activity that manages
  technical and analytical support for mission requirements noted
  by the User/Operational Mission Plans, Support Agreements from
  the following areas: Performance Evaluation, Test and Simulations,
  Flight Safety, Ground Safety and Technical Library. This is
  a 100% small business set-aside contract, North American Industry
  Classification System (NACIS) code 54171, size standard 1000
  employees. This is your opportunity to provide input into the
  competitive process. Your initial comments must be received
  no later 7 February 2000 to be considered for incorporation
  into the final solicitation package. Amendments to the draft
  package will not be issued. Request written comments regarding
  the solicitation, Statement of Work, and CLIN structure be
  e-mailed directly to the buyer, Susan Dickson, at susan.dickson@vandenberg.af.mil
  with a courtesy copy to the contracting officer, Fred Rayburn
  at fred.rayburn@vandenberg.af.mil. Interested parties are encourage
  to participate in one-on-one discussions regarding the draft
  solicitation 20-23 February at Vandenberg AFB, CA. To schedule
  a one-on-one session, send your e-mail request to Susan Dickson
  as soon as possible, but no later than 7 February. Final comments
  and/or suggested changes must be presented in writing prior
  to the one-on-one meeting. Please include company name, address,
  telephone number, point of contact with e-mail address, business
  size, DUNS number, CCR Registration number, Federal CAGE Code,
  general description of the company, how long in business and
  description of similar contracts with the government and/or
  commercial customers. Please note: All contractors doing business
  with the federal government must be registered with CCR,. This
  is only a draft. Do not submit prices or proposal in response
  to this posting. The final solicitation package is anticipated
  to be issued electronically on or about 07 June 2001. Details
  regarding a Pre-proposal conference will be included in the
  final solicitation. Thank you in advance for taking the time
  to review this draft and for providing your timely comments.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=F04684-01-R-0004&L=528
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Susan.Dickson@vandenberg.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3K7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: National Park Service, Midwest Regional Office, 1709
  Jackson Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68102
SUBJECT: B--NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK CONDITION ASSESSMENT REPORT
SOL Q6068010021
DUE 030901
POC Contract Specialist Tonya Bradley, 402-221-3561
DESC: The Midwest Region of the National Park Service (NPS) requires
  the performance of three (3) Condition Assessment Reports for
  three (3) National Historic Landmark maritime vessels in the
  Midwest Region: the Captain Meriwether Lewis (dredge) in Brownville,
  Nebraska; the Sergeant Floyd in Sioux City, Iowa; and the Lone
  Star in LeClaire, Iowa. The NPS contemplates that the contractor
  shall use mechanical engineering, structural engineering and
  maritime preservation knowledge to evaluate the condition of
  these three vessels and to prepare Condition Assessment Reports
  that document conditions, prioritizes treatment needs, and
  provides estimated costs for treatment. Each completed report
  shall include the following elements: 1) an introduction section
  that contains basic information on the vessel, its design and
  uses over time; 2) a survey methodology section that describes
  the inspection performed by the contractor; 3) a survey findings
  section that includes physical descriptions, dimensions, and
  detailed descriptions of the condition of elements on the vessel;
  4) a recommendations section that addresses each of the elements
  listed in the survey findings section which require treatment;
  5) cost estimates for each corrective action; 6) appendices;
  7) photographs. It is envisioned that each Condition Assessment
  Report will be approximately 25-35 pages in length, typed,
  double spaced, and stapled. Personnel Qualifications includes
  the following: 1. The Principle Investigator is responsible
  for all aspects of these Condition Assessment Reports. The
  Principle Investigator must have a Master of Science degree
  in mechanical engineering, structural engineering, architecture
  or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university,
  and demonstrated experience in the field of maritime preservation.
  2. Project Assistant-Although the overall responsibility for
  the completed Condition Assessment Reports lies with the Principle
  Investigator, she or he may utilize a Project Assistant to
  accomplish the project. The minimum requirements for a Project
  Assistant are a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering,
  structural engineering, architecture or equivalent degree from
  an accredited college or university. 3. Standards for Consultants-Personnel
  hired or subcontracted for their special knowledge and expertise
  must carry academic and experiential qualifications in their
  particular area of expertise. Such qualifications are to be
  documented by vitae attachments to the proposals, inclusion
  of example documentation, demonstrating successful completion
  of a similar project. Solicitation number Q6068010021, NAICS
  code 54172, due March 9, POC Tonya Bradley Contract Specialist,
  402-221-3561. Solicitation packages may be acquired in person,
  by mail, or fax. Telephone request will not be accepted. Requests
  for solicitation packages must be in writing stating solicitation
  number, complete company name, point of contact, address, phone
  number and fax number. Mail request to the National Park Service,
  Midwest Regional Office, Attention Tonya Bradley, 1709 Jackson
  Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68102 or fax your request to 402-221-4251.
  This is a small business set aside.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: USDI, National Park Service, Southwest Support Office,
  P.O. Box 728, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504-0728
SUBJECT: C--TITLE III INSPECTION SERVICES
SOL RP1253000067
DUE 030601
POC Tammy K. Gallegos, Contracting Officer, 505-988-6085
DESC: The anticipated contract will be an indefinite delivery
  indefinite quantity contract for one base year and four option
  years with a minimum order limitation of $5,000.00, not to
  exceed $1,000,000.00 for the five year anticipated term. The
  National Park Service is soliciting a minimum of two individuals
  or firms to provide field inspection services for a variety
  of construction projects throughout the southwestern USA (Arizona,
  New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado). Firms desiring
  consideration should submit Standard Form SF-254 and SF-255,
  and any other appropriate data in Numbered Note 24. Only firms
  which respond to this synoposis by submitting the required
  Standard Forms shall be considered. All firms who have standing
  SF-254's and SF-255's on file in our office must respond to
  this announcement with current SF-254's and SF-255's. Individual
  SF-254's and SF-255's shall also be submitted for firms being
  considered along with the prime firm. This is NOT a request
  for proposal. This acquisition is open to small and large business
  in accordance with PL 100-656. If the apparent successful offeror
  is a large business, it will be required to submit a sub-contracting
  plan which will seperate percentage goals for utilizing small
  business and small disadvantaged business concerns as sub-contractors.
  The work may include, but may not be limited to; inspection
  of aboveground and underground utilities (gas, electric, water,
  sewer, etc.), frame and masonry building construction, building
  utility systems, road construction or repair, and may involve
  minor engineering survey work to verify vertical and horizontal
  location of construction work. Firms desiring consideration
  will be required to have the expertise and inclination to inspect
  the erection, repair, coating, or re-coating of elevated water
  reservoirs. This will require that an individual be suspended
  from the top of structures as much as 150 feet tall for the
  purpose of inspecting erection work, sand blasting, and coating
  procedures. Successful firms shall provide their own confined
  entry and safety equipment that can be used in conjunction
  with construction contractors equipment and facilities. All
  equipment shall be certified by OSHA. The successful bidders
  shall also provide their own transportation. The work may involve
  extended stays at remote locations in, or near, the parks in
  which the work is taking place. Responsibilities shall include
  but may not be limited to: 1. Perform day-to-day inspection
  of the work. 2. Maintain a daily log of the work performed
  by the contractor. 3. Inspect materials for conformance with
  the specifications. 4. Obtain and verify certified payrolls.
  5. Conduct random wage standards interviews. 6. Report unacceptable,
  or non-conforming work to the Contracting Officer, or his/her
  representative. 7. Quantify amounts of work completed and recommend
  acceptance of progress payments requests. 8. Provide technical
  assistance to the Contracting Officer, or his/her technical
  representative. 9. Advise the Contracting Officer, or his/her
  technical representative, when a contract modification is required
  and assist in estimating costs, time extensions, and justification.
  10. Report any damage to government property. 11. Conduct minor
  engineering surveys to assure conformance of the work with
  planned dimensions and elevations. 12. Take photographs and
  keep detailed notes for marking up a set of as-constructed
  drawings. The significant evaluation factors listed in relative
  order of importance are: (1)The firms must be capable of presenting
  evidence of past performance experience in Title III Inspections
  Services, including expertise and experience with the erection,
  repair, coating, or re-coating of elevated water reservoirs
  which may require individual suspension from the top of structures
  approximately 150 feet. (2)Firms must be capable of presenting
  the number, variety, and complexity of projects in which inspections
  services were provided. (3)Firms must be able to present evidence
  pertaining to the amount of training they possess regarding
  field inspection work, contract administration and procedures
  and in specific trades involved in construction work. Formal
  education may be included to the extent that it relates to
  construction and field inspection. (4)Volume of work previously
  awarded the firm when combined with this project will not significantly
  affect the objective of the National Park Service. Firms are
  invited to submit a letter of interest and completed Standard
  Forms 254 and 255 for each firm and this project. Responces
  must be received on or before March 6th, 2001 at the address
  indicated above in order to be considered for selection. See
  numbered note 25 giving consideration to the requirements of
  the announcement.   
EMAILADD: tammy_gallegos@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C319)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Network Acquisition Program,
  130 West Kingsbridge Road, 10N3ACQ, Bronx, NY 10468-9938
SUBJECT: C--PAINT STRIPPING
SOL RFQ 10N3-88-01
DUE 022801
POC Cynthia McClarin (718) 741-4323
DESC: Provide all necessary tools, labor and equipment to strip
  and dispose of lead based paint, by solution method, from landings,
  treads and risers of four (4) stairwells, ground floor through
  18th floor, at the Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Health
  Care System, 423 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010. Job
  completion will be within 45 calendar days. NAICS code for
  this procurement is 23521, size standard is $11.5M. Interested
  parties with the ability to perform the above are to request
  solicitation RFQ 10N3-88-01 via fax (718) 741-4722, attn: Cynthia
  McClarin, Contract Specialist. Due date is on/about February
  28, 2001.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: US Army ARDEC, AMSTA-AR-PC, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  07806-5000
SUBJECT: C--ENGINEERING SUPPORT SUPERCRITICAL WATER OXIDATION
  (SCWO).
SOL DAAE30-01-Q-1018
DUE 021501
POC Richard Smith (973) 724-4970
DESC: US ARMY TACOM-ARDEC intends to award a sole source purchase
  order to Rose Engineering Group LLC, 60 Troy Meadow Road Parsippany
  N.J. 07054 for engineering service in support of ongoing program
  to develope a supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) process
  for destruction of colored smokes and dyes at the Pine Bluff
  Arsenal (PBA) Arkansas.
LINKURL: http://procnet.pica.army.mil/cbd/RFP/01Q1018/01Q1018.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rasmith@pica.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3D3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, Attn:
  CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES FOR PREPARATION OF DESIGN
  PLANS, SPECIFICATION AND COST ESTIMATES FOR THE INTERIOR AND
  EXTERIOR RENOVAITON OF THE HAYES GYMNASIUM AT THE U.S. MILITARY
  ACADEMY, WEST POINT, NEW YORK
SOL CBAEN-01-0004
POC Willien Cunningham, Procurement Assistant 212-264-9123
DESC: Scope of services required: The Government intends to award
  one contract for the completion of the services outlined herein.
  No further announcement with regards to this project will be
  made in the future. The services required are as follows: Preparation
  of plans, specification and cost estimates for the Interior
  and Exterior Renovation of the Hayes Gymnasium. The Hayes Gymnasium
  is a historically significant structure on the West Point Campus
  which was built in 1910. It is approximately 79,000GSF and
  houses various physical development programs of the US Military
  Academy. The project will include the following: Exterior
  Work: Repair the exterior facades and roof of the remaining
  buildings of the Arvin Cadet Physical Development Center. The
  remaining buildings were constructed in stages from 1910 to
  1975. Work includes: restoration of the building facades, repair
  of some of the roofs, repair of skylights, repair of existing
  exterior lighting, limited drainage work, seismic upgrade,
  structural and mechanical work related to above, exterior signage,
  and hazardous material abatement in work areas. A design of
  the above work was completed in 1996 but never constructed.
  These design drawings need to be reviewed and updated to reflect
  the current conditions.Interior Work will include the following:
   Basement:Remove ODIA lockers and renovate ODIA locker room
  area.First Floor: Replace HVAC system servicing the swimming
  offices. Incorporate into gym system, if possible.Renovate
  first floor per previous design options drawing. Work includes
  old '62 room and existing boxing rooms as well as corridors
  between rooms.Provide HVAC (air conditioning) for north '62
  room(existing boxing rooms).Gym Level:Replace the entire HVAC
  system. New HVAC system should be installed. Utilize roof top
  units. System should include perimeter heat on the gym floor
  level.Replace interior ceilings.Replace or repair windows
  Replace lighting throughout. It should include gym lighting,
  running tracking lighting and lighting beneath the running
  track.Install new electrical system throughout gym.Install
  new track around gym if structurally feasible. If not, remove
  track and under lament and replace with new.Install new sound
  system with classroom technology. System should include sound
  system for voice and music, PA, computer connections for DATA,
  video and TV.Add three additional I-beams across structural
  steel in ceiling grid to support ropes and rings. (Similar
  to southwest corner)Add pulley system to secure ropes and rings
  when not in use.Install drop netting or folding divider to
  separate gym courts. Install special lighting in center of
  gym to support boxing meet.Restore interior brick fa ade.Install
  new bleachers Replace IOCT complex (bars and shelves).Install
  new circuits in corners of track Install spiral staircase in
  corner of gym.Install new wood floor. Build-in storage areas
  on north and south ends of the gym.Install 3 scoreboards Replace
  backboards Replace running track timing system 3rd Floor:Remove
  non-load bearing walls in old wrestling office area. Complete
  gut of area and refinish a multipurpose classroom.New HVAC(A/C)
  in old wrestling office area.Stairways:Renovate north and south
  stair towers. Include restoration of floors, walls and ceilings.Renovate
  passenger elevator and freight elevator.Upgrade stairway lighting.
  Technical capability required: Firms must demonstrate how they
  will manage this project to insure quality control. The prime
  must identify in the submittal the quantity and disciplines
  of personnel in their working office. These specific disciplines
  are required: Architects; Civil and Structural Engineering,
  Mechanical and Electrical Engineering including HVAC, plumbing,
  utilities, telecommunications (including Fiber Optics), Information
  systems, fire detection/protection systems. NFPA certified
  Fire Protection/Detection Engineer. A licensed Industrial Hygienist.
  A Cost Estimating Specialist is also required. The lead project
  personnel must be licensed professional engineers or architects.
  Special Qualifications: Previous experience with the design
  of gymnasiums, physical fitness centers and experience in design
  within historically significant spaces. A/E must have previous
  experience working on active military installations. Also previous
  experience in the seismic upgrade of historically significant
  buildings. The A/E as part of his submittal will include an
  execution plan which delineates how the work will be accomplished.
  Submittals should include in Section 10 of SF 255 examples
  of design work on similar projects that demonstrates the re-use
  of construction materials to achieve waste reduction and energy
  efficiency. Responding firms should indicate their ability
  to access an electronic bulletin board and Automated Review
  Management System (ARMS) via a Hayes or Hayes compatible modem,
  through an IBM compatible PC. Past experience with the Corp's
  M-CACES Gold Cost Estimating program, or the firm's capability
  to use the program is required. Production of drawings (CADD)
  must be accomplished in the latest version of AutoCAD. Specifications
  and design analyses shall be prepared using MS Word 00. Plans
  and specifications will also be required in Electronic Bid
  Sets (EBS), which requires specifications to be in Portable
  Document Format (.pdf) and all Contract design files to be
  provided in Continuous Acquisition and Life-Cycle Support (.cal)
  format. Cost estimates shall be accomplished in the latest
  version of M-CACES. Closing date for submitting SF255: 30 days
  after advertising date. If this date falls on a Saturday, Sunday,
  or Holiday the closing date will be on the next business day.
  Firms must submit their qualifications on 11-92 version of
  SF255 and SF254. SF254 should reflect the overall firms capacity,
  whereas, SF 255 should reflect only the personnel dedicated
  to the specific project referenced in the submittal. These
  guidelines should be closely followed, since they constitute
  procedural protocol in the manner in which the selection process
  is conducted. A. Primary Selection Criteria 1. Specialized
  experience and technical competence in the type of work required.2.
  Professional qualifications necessary for satisfactory performance
  of required services.3. Past performance on contracts with
  government agencies and private industry in terms of cost control,
  quality of work and compliance with performance schedules.
   4. Capacity to accomplish the work within the required time.5.
  Knowledge of the locality in the general geographical area
  of West Point, New York, provided that application of this
  criterion leaves an appropriate number of qualified firms,
  given the nature and size of the project. Note: Firms are encouraged
  to submit from any geographical area.6. Sustainable design
  using an integrated design approach and emphasizing environmental
  stewardship, especially energy and water conservation and efficiency;
  use of recovered and recycled materials; waste reduction; reduction
  or elimination of toxic and harmful substances in facilities
  construction and operation; efficiency in resource and materials
  utilization; and development of healthy, safe and productive
  work environments. The evaluation will consider projects performed
  by the prime firm and consultants that demonstrate these sustainable
  design principles and the qualifications of the key personnel
  that demonstrate their experience and training in sustainable
  design.B. Secondary Selection Criteria 1. Extent of participation
  of small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, historically
  black colleges and universities, and minority institutions
  in the proposed contract team, measured as a percentage of
  the total estimated effort. 2. Geographic Proximity in relation
  to location of U.S.M.A. 3. Volume of work previously awarded
  to the firm by the Department of Defense, with the object of
  effecting an equitable distribution among qualified A/E firms,
  including small business, veteran-owned small business (including
  service-disabled veteran-owned small business) HUBZone small
  business, small disadvantaged business, and women-owned small
  business concerns.Approximate start date of contract: July
  2001 . Approximate completion date of contract: February 2004
  Estimated Construction cost is $10,000,000 Small business,
  veteran-owned small business (including service-disabled veteran-owned
  small business( HUBZone small business, small disadvantaged
  business and women-owned small business concerns. are encouraged
  to participate as prime contractors or as members of joint
  ventures with other small businesses, and all interested contractors
  are reminded that the successful contractor will be expected
  to place subcontracts to the maximum practicable extent with
  small business, veteran-owned small business (including service-disabled
  veteran-owned small business )HUBZone small business, small
  disadvantaged business and women-owned small business concerns
  in accordance with Public Law 95-507.2. Firms which have not
  previously applied for New York District projects and firms
  which do not have a current SF-254 on file with the New York
  District should submit two of the SF-254 with this initial
  response to CBD announcement. Firms using consultants should
  submit copies of the SF-254 for their consultants.a) Notification
  of all firms will be made within 10 calendar days after approval
  of the Final selection. Notifications will not be sent after
  pre-selection approval. The notification will say the firm
  was not among the most highly qualified firms and that the
  firm may request a debriefing. b) The A/E's request for a debriefing
  must be received by the selection chairperson within 30 calendar
  days after the date on which the firm received the notification.c)
  Debriefing(s) will occur within 14 calendar days after receipt
  of the written request. d) Copies of all SF 254's & SF 255's
  of all firms, who are not short listed, will be held for 30
  calendar days after notifications are sent out. Three (3) copies
  of the submittals should be sent to Ms. Willien Cunningham,
  CENANEN-M, Room 2037, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278,
  (212) 264-9123.   
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Sandia National Laboratories, 1515 Eubank Southeast,
  Mailstop:0222, Albuquerque, NM 87185
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR TEST CAPABILITIES
  REVITALIZATION
SOL 2431
DUE 030101
POC Christine Gillespie (505) 844-0138
DESC: Sandia National Laboratories (Sandia), in Albuquerque,
  New Mexico intends to contract for architectural and engineering
  services to prepare facility programs, facility condition assessments,
  and site selection studies for Test Capabilities Revitalization
  (TCR). Subject to Agency approval, Sandia may request follow-on
  architectural and engineering services to develop a Conceptual
  Design Report (CDR), preliminary and final design, and construction
  support services.   Sandia is a multi-program laboratory
  operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin company,
  for the United States Department of Energy (DOE). TCR is a
  proposed federal line item construction project intended to
  modernize a number of experimentation and test capabilities
  in Sandia's Engineering Sciences Center. The overall goal of
  the project is to modernize infrastructure and diagnostic capability
  to support the Stockpile Stewardship Plan and in particular
  the Stockpile Life Extension Program (SLEP), the Accelerated
  Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI), and the Weapons Systems
  Engineering Certification Campaign (C6) Program. This project
  will provide Sandia with the capability to (1) qualify the
  active nuclear weapons stockpile in accordance with SLEP; (2)
  investigate and develop weapon components, sub systems, and
  systems; and (3) develop and validate modeling and simulation
  codes.  Three suggested web sites to learn more about Sandia,
  its Engineering Sciences Center and its full-scale test complex
  are (1) http://www.sandia.gov/, (2) http://www.cfd.sandia.gov/,
  and (3) http://www.sandia.gov/afsec/afsec.htm.  TCR will
  modernize (renovate, expand, or replace subject to cost-benefit
  studies) Sandia's 10,000-foot rocket sled track, aerial cable,
  burn site, large centrifuge, dynamic (mechanical) shock, vibration
  and acoustic, thermal radiant heat, photometric, and explosives
  application test capabilities. The project will also provide
  a new engineering science building to house experimentation
  and tests in mass properties, modal, ultrasonic and other non-destructive
  tests, structures, material characterization, and thermal/fluids.
    The project is expected to renovate or replace roughly
  70,000 to 100,000 square feet of existing space in approximately
  30 buildings and to construct a new facility of roughly 30,000
  to 40,000 square feet. The estimated construction value of
  the project is roughly $20 to $30 million.   The existing
  facilities are located on Kirtland Air Force Base on multiple
  sites over a 47,000-acre area. They incorporate a wide range
  of building types including specialty test environments, instrumentation
  buildings, explosives assembly buildings, explosives storage
  bunkers, shops, equipment buildings, etc. Building construction
  types are varied and include cast-in-place reinforced concrete,
  masonry, and pre-engineered metal buildings. These facilities
  typically range in size from 300 square feet to 12,000 square
  feet and vary in age from 30 to 50 years old.   The initial
  scope of work consists of three phases (1) develop an overall
  facility program for the project and individual facility programs
  for each test capability and the new engineering sciences building;
  (2) assess existing facilities condition and identify and evaluate
  alternative facility strategies (e.g. renovation, expansion,
  or replacement) to fulfill facility program requirements; and
  (3) perform site identification, evaluation, and selection
  studies for the burn site, thermal radiant heat facility, and
  the new engineering sciences building.  Phase one, the facility
  programming process, will require the successful firm to meet
  with individual test capability representatives to establish
  facility performance goals; develop facility operating and
  design concepts; outline facility needs and requirements; and
  identify potential operating and design issues or problems.
  The overall facility program will identify total project performance,
  cost, and schedule goals; describe general operating and design
  concepts; outline project cost, budget and schedule needs (integrating
  the individual test capabilities); and identify and discuss
  issues and problems confronting the project. The deliverable
  products from the programming phase will be an overall facility
  program for the project and individual facility programs for
  each test capability. The program documents will be prepared
  in an 8.5-inch by 11-inch or 11-inch by 17-inch format. Both
  printed and electronic copies of the document shall be submitted.
    Phase two, the facility condition assessment and alternative
  strategies identification and evaluation phase, will require
  the successful firm to evaluate existing facility condition
  in architecture and civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical
  engineering; perform cost-benefit studies to determine the
  most cost-effective means to fulfill design requirements (e.g.
  renovation, expansion, or new construction); and, recommend
  appropriate courses of action. Sandia will provide hazardous
  material survey data and abatement cost information for the
  assessment. The deliverable product from the facility assessment
  and alternative strategies phase will be a document prepared
  in an 8.5-inch by 11-inch or 11-inch by 17-inch format. Both
  printed and electronic copies of the document shall be submitted.
    Phase three, the site identification, evaluation, and selection
  phase, will require the successful firm to develop site requirements,
  an inventory of potential sites, site evaluation method, and
  the results or findings of the site evaluation process. The
  deliverable product from the site evaluation and selection
  process will be a document prepared in an 8.5-inch by 11-inch
  or 11-inch by 17-inch format. Both printed and electronic copies
  of the document shall be submitted.  The scope of work will
  also include options for Phase Four (Conceptual Design Services),
  Phase Five (Preliminary Design Services), Phase Six (Final
  Design Services), and Phase Seven (Construction Support Services).
  Subject to Agency authorization, the availability of funds,
  and the successful performance on the initial scope of work,
  Sandia National Laboratories may exercise options for these
  additional phases.  Phase four, conceptual design services,
  will require the successful firm to prepare schematic-level
  design drawings for all sites and facilities in the project.
  Existing building record documents consist of electronic raster
  files requiring vectoring. No original hand drawings or vectored
  CADD files are available for the buildings. Vectored CADD files
  are available for some sites and utilities. This phase will
  require a written description of the scope of work, an assembly
  or quantity take-off type estimate, and a schedule from preliminary
  design through start-up for each facility. The project schedules
  will be designed to incorporate Sandia's on-going testing needs.
  The deliverable product from the conceptual design phase will
  be Conceptual Design Report prepared in an 8.5-inch by 11-inch
  or 11-inch by 17-inch format in accordance with DOE requirements.
  Both printed and electronic copies of the document shall be
  submitted.  Phases five and six, preliminary and final design
  services, will consist of engineering analysis, construction
  documents (drawings and specifications), energy conservation
  reports, quantity take-off type construction costs estimates,
  and project schedules for each test facility.   Phase seven,
  construction support services,will consist of responses to
  requests for information (RFIs), review and dispensation of
  contractor submittals, field inspections, preparation of change
  orders, and preparation of record drawings.  The combination
  of DOE project management processes and federal budgeting and
  funding processes necessitate the Conceptual Design Report
  be completed by October 31, 2001. Preliminary design is expected
  to begin in January or February 2002 and must be completed
  by May 31, 2002.  Proposals will be evaluated on the qualifications
  (education, relevant experience, and past performance) of the
  proposed project team to provide the following services (listed
  in descending order of relative weight in the evaluation process):
    1. Architectural and engineering design in  a. Civil engineering
  to include utilities, grading, drainage, and paving; b. Structural
  engineering to include seismic and blast analysis and structural
  design in steel, concrete, and reinforced masonry; c. Architecture;
   d. Mechanical engineering to include heating, ventilating,
  and air conditioning, domestic plumbing, and process piping;
   e. Electrical engineering to include power transmission, power
  distribution, lighting, signal and alarm, and reliability and
  ground fault studies; f. Controls; g. Voice and data communications;
   2. Facilities condition assessments and alternative strategies
  analysis ; 3. Facility planning, programming; and site evaluation
  and selection studies; 4. Project management; 5. Cost estimating,
  cost-benefit analysis, and scheduling; and  6. Participation
  by New Mexico companies.  Required software shall include
  Microsoft Office 2000 (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and
  Microsoft PowerPoint), Microsoft Project, Microsoft Access,
  and Primavera Project Planner (P3). Graphics files created
  or modified for SNL must be generated using MicroStation SE
  for Windows/NT, release 05.07.01.14 (vector), or an SNL-approved
  newer version (e.g. Microstation V8). Conversion from AutoCADD
  to Microstation is not acceptable. Existing building files
  will require I/RAS B, release 05.02.00.00, along with MicroStation,
  for editing and transferring raster data to vector format.
  The successful firm will provide a secure method for electronically
  transferring project documents.   This solicitation is issued
  on an unrestricted basis. All interested firms are encouraged
  to reply. All responses complying with the requirements below
  will be evaluated. Sandia National Laboratories does not warrant
  or guarantee that a contract will be awarded.   Response
  shall be six (6) individually bound copies of SF 254 and SF
  255 prepared in an 8.5-inch by 11-inch format. Folded pages,
  11-inch by 17-inch, may be incorporated into the response.
  Responses shall be limited to 75 8.5-inch X 11-inch pages and
  shall be numbered consecutively. Folded 11-inch X 17-inch pages
  shall count as two pages towards the 75-page limit. Cover or
  transmittal letters shall be one page and shall not be included
  in the 75-page limit. A maximum of five (5) index sheet/section
  dividers may be added in the response and not be included in
  the 75-page limit provided they do not present qualification
  information. No telephone or facsimile proposals will be considered.
  Response must be received by 3 PM, Mountain Standard Time,
  Thursday, March 1, 2001.   A pre-proposal meeting and tour
  of existing facilities will be held Thursday, February 15,
  2001 at 7:30 am at Howard Johnson, 15 Hotel Circle NE, Albuquerque,
  NM, 505-296-4852. Attendance is mandatory and limited to two
  persons per firm. Interested firms must notify the Sandia Contracting
  Representative no later than Friday, February 9, 2001 of their
  intention to attend the meeting. Firms must submit the full
  name, date of birth, and social security numbers of each representative
  who will attend the meeting and tour. All representatives must
  be citizens of the United States. No substitution of personnel
  will be permitted once names are received. The tour will include
  visits to outdoor field environments. Participants should dress
  accordingly.  Sandia will evaluate qualifications and select
  one or more firms to submit fee proposals as part of the final
  evaluation process. Additionally, Sandia may, at its discretion,
  conduct oral interviews with the selected firm(s) to review
  qualifications and/or negotiate fees. Sandia will make its
  final selection using best value procurement practices with
  the successful firm providing Sandia the best overall cost-benefit
  ratio.   Responses and all questions must be submitted in
  writing to Sandia National Laboratories; Attention Christine
  Gillespie; Mailstop 0222; 1515 Eubank SE; Albququerque, New
  Mexico 87123-0222; telephone 505-844-0138, facsimile 505-844-0522,
  and email address ctgille@sandia.gov.  No further announcement
  for statement of qualifications is anticipated for this project.

EMAILADD: ctgille@sandia.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (East Campus),
  2400 Hospital Road, Tuskegee, AL 36083
SUBJECT: C--A/E DESIGN SERVICES FOR UTILITY MAPPING
SOL 619A4-11-01
DUE 021601
POC Sherida Berry - 334/727-0550 Ext. 3513 - Fax 334/724-6850
DESC: This is a 100% small business set-aside to provide architectural
  engineering services to prepare documents indicating the distribution
  of each utility system including controls for partial or complete
  shutdown for utility mapping at the East Campus in Tuskegee,
  Al and West Campus in Montgomery, AL, Central ALabama Veterans
  Health Care System. The utility systems to be shown do not
  include the fire alarm system but do include the medical gases
  (air, oxygen and vacuum), electrial (with emphisis on the emergency
  power system), domestic water (hot and cold), steam, chilled
  water, natural gas, and sanitary sewer. The A/E may use any
  existing drawings as a basis to prepare the documents but shall
  field verify the location and type of all control devices.
  The A/E will be provided with Zip discs with copies of architectural
  plan in AutoCAD 14 format. The A/E will provide and install
  any hardware, software, programming, and/or training required
  to implement a PC based input/output system that will show
  the locations of these control devices on CRT's and printed
  color copies when needed. Estimated construction range is $100,000-$250,000.
  Interested firms must sumit their 254's and 255's no later
  than February 16, 2001. See number note #24.  
EMAILADD: Sherida.Berry@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: A&MMS (90C), VA Montana Healthcare System, P.O. Box 187,
  Fort Harrison, MT 59636
SUBJECT: C--A/E SERVICES TO DESIGN RELOCATION OF SAME DAY SURGERY
  UNIT 
SOL 436-6-01
POC John M. Worster, Contracting Officer, 406-447-7643
DESC: Same Day Surgery/Recovery Relocation, Project 436-103,
  VA Montana HealthCare System, Fort Harrison(Helena), Montana,
  Seeking ESB (Emerging Small Business) A/E Services to prepare
  Preliminary drawings and Final Construction Documents. See
  Notes #24 & 25. Geographical restriction is limited to businesses
  within the state of Montana. Scope of work: Existing Same Day
  Surgery will be relocated from 3rd floor of main hospital building
  to second floor of same building. Work required will be renovation
  of new location to receive Same Day Surgery and redesign of
  old area to provide office spaces. Construction cost estimate
  for designed project is $300 TO $500 thousand dollars. Interested
  parties should mail their information to John Worster, PO Box
  187, Fort Harrison, Montana 59636, to be received by COB 2/23/01.

EMAILADD: john.woster@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: The Presidio Trust, Attention: Lela Chisolm, PO Box 29052,
  Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94129-0052
SUBJECT: C--LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTING SERVICES
SOL RFQ-2001-020
POC Barbara D. Helphrey, (415) 561-5098
DESC: The Presidio Trust, a Federal government corporation, is
  soliciting Statements of Qualifications from qualified firms
  to perform landscape architectural consulting services at the
  Presidio of San Francisco on an as-needed basis. The Presidio
  is a National Park and a National Historic Landmark. Scope
  of services may include but is not limited to site analysis
  of existing resources of landscapes at both individual buildings
  and clusters, including historic plant inventory; schematic
  and design development phases of landscape development; and
  final construction documents (plans, specifications, and estimates)
  using Presidio Trust standard formats. Minimum requirements
  include State of California Landscape Architect License; and
  experience working in park environments. The Trust anticipates
  awarding a task-order-based contract with a base term plus
  option years. Submittals will be evaluated based upon criteria
  set forth in the Request for Qualifications (RFQ), including
  but not limited to: (a) specialized experience in performing
  work in park environments, open space and urban areas, and
  working with cultural landscapes in a historical district;
  (b) record of past performance; (c) key personnel; and (d)
  proposed fee schedule. Interested, qualified firms may request
  "RFQ-2001-020" by fax to Barbara Helphrey, Contracting Officer
  at (415) 561-5303 or email contracts@presidiotrust.gov. Requests
  must be received NLT February 23, 2001. Telephone requests
  will not be accepted. RFQ available approximately February
  28, 2001; closing date as stated in the RFQ. DATES ARE TENTATIVE
  AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. This procurement is set aside for competition
  among Small Business Concerns qualified under the criteria
  and size standards in 13 CFR 121 for NAICS Code 541320 ($5
  million). The Presidio Trust is a wholly owned federal government
  corporation and is not subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR).
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Tennessee Valley Authority, Environmental Research Center,
  Reservation Road, Post Office Box 1010, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
  35662
SUBJECT: C--THERMAL OXIDIZER SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
SOL RG022001
DUE 022001
POC Tracey R. Willingham, Contract Agent, Phone: (256) 386-2279;
  Fax: (256) 386-3250
DESC: The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)is seeking the services
  of a qualified contractor to provide engineering, design, and
  fabrication of a thermal oxidation system (TOS) including heat
  recovery equipment. The system will be based on a specified
  process design and will require custom design and fabrication
  that will exclude most pre-engineered units. It will include
  a thermal oxidizer, high-temperature heat exchanger, high-temperature
  blowers, dampers, ductwork and instrumentation.  The preliminary
  design for the TOS calls for delivery of approximately 9 million
  Btu/hr with a 2-second residence time. The TOS will burn DF-2
  (diesel fuel #2) and perform at temperatures up to 2000 degrees
  Fahrenheit. The recovered thermal energy will be used to heat
  ambient air to as high as 1200 degrees Fahrenheit for utilization
  elsewhere in the facility.  This is a solicitation to identify
  firms that are best qualified to implement this project and
  TVA will only consider those firms that have a history of successful
  experience in the engineering, designing, and fabricating thermal
  oxidizer systems similar to the one described above. Bid packages
  will be issued to pre-qualified bidders in mid-March. Interested
  parties should send the following information:  * Related
  experience with reference contact information * Capabilities
   * Company profile  All interested/qualified parties must
  submit the above information along with a contact person's
  name and phone number to Tennessee Valley Authority, Attn:
  Tracey R. Willingham, CTR 2U, Post Office Box 1010, Reservation
  Road (Fed Ex address), Muscle Shoals, Alabama 35662-1010 (Fed
  Ex Zip Code 35661) no later than COB February 20, 2001. Please
  reference synopsis no. RG022001.
EMAILADD: trwillingham@tva.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Tennessee Valley Authority, Environmental Research Center,
  Reservation Road, Post Office Box 1010, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
  35662
SUBJECT: C--CAR-BOTTOM CHAMBER
SOL RG022001-1
DUE 022001
POC Tracey R. Willingham, Contract Agent Phone: (256) 386-2279;
  Fax: (256) 386-3250
DESC: The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is seeking the services
  of a qualified vendor to provide the engineering, design, and
  fabrication of an airtight, unfired, car-bottom chamber. The
  chamber will consist of an internally insulated steel fabricated
  enclosure consisting of 3 sides, a ceiling, and a retractable,
  refractory-lined rail car that forms the chamber floor and
  4th side. The rail car will be sued on a standard gauge rail.
  The insulated chamber and rail car will be capable of sustaining
  temperatures of up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit and cycling between
  800 degrees Fahrenheit and ambient temperature on a daily basis.
  This is a solicitation to identify firms that are best qualified
  to implement this project and TVA will only consider those
  firms that have a history of successful experience in the engineering,
  designing, and fabricating systems similar to the one described
  above. Bid packages will be issued to pre-qualified bidders
  in mid-March. Interested parties should send the following
  information: 1) related experience with references and reference
  contact information; 2) capabilities; and 3) company profile.
  All interested/qualified parties must submit the above information
  along with a contact person's name and phone number to Tennessee
  Valley Authority, Attn: Tracey R. Willingham, CTR 2U, Post
  Office Box 1010, Reservation Road (Fed Ex address), Muscle
  Shoals, Alabama 35662-1010, (Fed Ex Zip Code 35661) no later
  than COB February 20, 2001. Please reference synopsis no. RG022001-1.
EMAILADD: trwillingham@tva.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C402)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Bureau of the Census, Procurement Office, FOB #3, Room
  1541, Washington,(Suitland, MD) DC 20233
SUBJECT: D--REVISION TO SUBMISSION #50C2T0, DATED 01/30/01,RFI
  MAF/TIGER DATA BASE MODERNIZATION
DUE 022801
POC Leslie Godwin, (301) 785-6483, Mike Keister (301) 785-6483
  or Bill Russell, Contracting Officer
DESC: This Request for Information (RFI) replaces the 01/30/01
  RFI requested through Submission #50C2T0  1. This RFI is
  focused on the realignment of the MAF/TIGER data base and does
  not deal with aspects such as software, database engines, and
  hardware. When realignment is completed the TIGER data base
  must be free of any restrictions on distribution. The purpose
  of this notice is to identify and establish initial interest
  and points of contact from private industry.  2. The Geography
  Division of the U.S. Census Bureau is responsible for developing
  geographic applications and executing the geographic and cartographic
  activities needed to support the Census Bureau in collecting
  and disseminating data from its censuses and household surveys.
  As part of the Census Bureau's effort to modernize the Master
  Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding
  and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) system, the Geography Division
  is proposing an effort to enhance the process for collecting
  and disseminating the geographic and cartographic information
  in its database and modernizing the corresponding processing
  technology.  3. In the early 1980s, the Geography Division
  created the TIGER data base to manage all relevant geographic
  features (roads, railroads, water), boundaries, and area identifiers
  needed to support the programs of the Census Bureau. In addition
  to feature type and location information, attributes of the
  features are collected (e.g., feature names and street address
  ranges). The database contains codes for every geographic area
  used for Census Bureau data tabulation. Additionally, TIGER
  data base contains some housing unit location information for
  non-city-style addresses (digitized housing unit map spots),
  but does not contain specific addresses. The TIGER data base
  is used extensively within the Census Bureau. The TIGER/Line
  files, extracts of selected information from the TIGER data
  base, are released to the public and used extensively by state,
  local and tribal governments, other federal agencies and private
  industry.  4. The MAF, a permanent electronic list of residential
  and non-residential addresses, was developed following the
  1990 decennial census. The MAF includes addresses that allow
  most census forms to be mailed, provides descriptions of living
  quarter locations enabling census enumerators to deliver forms
  and make follow-up visits to nonresponding addresses, and provides
  a mechanism to keep track of overall progress in completing
  each census and household survey. The MAF is linked to the
  TIGER data base. The MAF is restricted from public use by Title
  13 of the U. S. Code.   5. The use of the MAF/TIGER system
  has greatly improved the accuracy of addresses, geographic
  features, and boundaries and improved the efficiency of Census
  Bureau operations. Today, however, the functional processes
  that MAF/TIGER were designed to support have expanded significantly
  and the technology available to support these processes has
  improved dramatically. Preparations for Census 2000 highlighted
  the need for this aging national resource to be updated to
  successfully execute the activities up to and including the
  2010 decennial census.  6. One of the goals of the MAF/TIGER
  Modernization initiative is to improve the accuracy of the
  TIGER data base by correctly locating every street and other
  map feature within the database and each MAF address. In recent
  interviews with both internal and external census data users,
  more than 50 organizations have stated their need for more
  accurate locations of TIGER data. Improving the accuracy of
  feature coordinates will facilitate the gathering of accurate
  housing unit location information in relation to the accurate
  base map, thereby enabling enumerators to relocate those structures
  in the field for follow-up operations. In addition, a more
  accurate TIGER will facilitate digital data exchange with federal,
  tribal, state, local, and private partners, avoiding duplication
  of effort and expense among those organizations.  7. A study
  recently commissioned by the Census Bureau concludes that satellite
  and aerial imagery, Global Positioning System (GPS), and other
  technical capabilities will be valuable in helping to spatially
  enhance the coordinates of TIGER data. The primary objective
  of this RFI is to locate capabilities that will either realign
  the current features in the TIGER data base to achieve a greater
  absolute positional accuracy for roads and other map features
  or provide an equivalent spatial and attribute data set. Potential
  sources include extracting features from imagery, GPSed data,
  or from data collected using other technical methodologies
  and then provide the extracted features for realignment of
  the features in the TIGER data base. The absolute positional
  accuracy of a feature is considered to be relative to its position
  on the earth's surface.  8. Realignment or development capabilities
  are being sought to correctly locate every street, structure,
  and other map feature in the TIGER data base. In addition to
  improving the positional accuracy of the existing features,
  there is a need to identify and add new features to the database,
  identify and remove features from the database that do not
  exist on the ground, and implement an effective automated feature
  change detection methodology to continually maintain the temporal
  accuracy (currentness) of the database. The objective is to
  have an accurate TIGER data base by the end of FY 2006.  
   9. Specifically, this RFI is distributed to determine interest
  and capability for improving and maintaining the positional
  and temporal accuracy of the information in the TIGER data
  base. Interest and capability could be in any of the following
  forms. Innovative solutions to satisfying items from the list
  below are encouraged. a. Feature identification and extraction
  from imagery (quarter meter, 1 meter, and 5 meter spatial resolution)
  of all streets (to include all roads), structures (homes, businesses,
  buildings, etc.), railroads, and major waterways/bodies of
  water within the United States and all its associated Island
  Areas. b. Feasibility of using only GPS data to obtain all
  streets (to include all roads), structures (homes, businesses,
  buildings, etc.), railroads, and major waterways/bodies of
  water within the United States and all its associated Island
  Areas. c. Proposals for alternate technical methodologies
  of data collection (excluding use of imagery or GPS) to obtain
  all streets (to include all roads), structures (homes, businesses,
  buildings, etc.), railroads, and major waterways/bodies of
  water within the United States and all its associated Island
  Areas. d. Proposals for alternative approaches, other than
  those described in items 1, 2, and 3 above to replace all or
  some of the information in the TIGER data base. e. Potential
  for using combined imagery and GPS data or alternate technical
  methodologies of data collection to obtain more accurate results.
  Would the use of multiple collection technologies be cost effective?
   f. Geographic feature alignment capabilities for realigning
  the information in the TIGER data base using either the feature
  extracted from imagery, GPS data, or other technical collection
  methodologies for improved positional accuracy. g. If an imagery
  solution is envisioned, availability of off-the-shelf satellite
  and/or aerial imagery that is less than three year old in 2003.
  What percentage of coverage for the United States and all its
  associated Island Areas could be successfully obtained? (Note:
  initial studies suggest that urban areas will require 1 meter
  or greater resolution imagery but that using imagery with a
  spatial resolution between 2 and 10 meters can potentially
  satisfy the accuracy needs in rural areas.) h. If an imagery
  solution is envisioned, collection of new satellite and aerial
  imagery. Collection needs would be that percentage remaining
  after purchasing off-the-shelf imagery. Approaches to collection
  must support, at a minimum, 100% coverage within three years.
   i. Implementing an effective feature change detection methodology
  to maintain the integrity of the information in the TIGER data
  base once it is completed. j. Require initial change detection
  at the geographic area targeting level for identifying areas
  with extensive change in the inventory of map features (growth
  areas) in the U.S. between the year 2000 and 2003.  k. Data
  storage solutions. If imagery is a viable option what opportunities
  are available for its access?  l. Require business models
  and policy options suggesting alternate licensing of imagery,
  GPS data, or other data provided. m. Innovative solutions
  to improving the accuracy of the feature locations in the TIGER
  data base are encouraged and expected.   10. Comments on
  this announcement should be submitted no later than close of
  business on February 28, 2001. Any response to this notice
  must also include the following: company name, company web
  site, contact person, address, telephone and fax numbers, and
  e-mail address. Company information will be posted on the web
  site for this project. Input on these important issues is greatly
  appreciated, but responses will not be acknowledged. All questions
  related to this RFI will be publicly responded to within 72
  hours on a Census Bureau web site, http://www.census.gov/geo/mod/maftiger.html.
  It is the responsibility of interested parties to monitor this
  web site periodically to receive answers to questions asked
  about the RFI and keep abreast of the milestones of the project.
    11. Limit responses to 10 pages or less. Input should be
  emailed to tigermodernization@geo.census.gov using a PDF format.
  This is not a request for proposal or invitation for bids,
  but is to be considered as a market research tool that will
  assist in the development of the RFP. Participation in this
  effort is strictly voluntary with no cost or obligation to
  be incurred by the U.S. Government.   12. Additional information
  on TIGER can be obtained on the U.S. Census Bureau website
  at http://www.census.gov/geo/mod/maftiger.html, specifically
  TIGER/Line documents and a recently completed Booz, Allen,
  and Hamilton MAF/TIGER Modernization Study.  13. If you have
  any questions contact Leslie Godwin or Mike Keister at (301)
  785-6483 or email tigermodernization@geo.census.gov.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: National Cancer Institute, Research Contracts Branch,
  PCPSS, Executive Plaza South, Room 635, Bethesda, Md 20892
SUBJECT: D--BIOMEDICAL COMPUTING SOFTWARE SERVICES IN SUPPORT
  OF THE BIOMETRY BRANCH
SOL N02-CN-15004-76
POC Theresa H. Shroff, Contracting Officer, (301) 435-3796; fax:
  (301) 402-8579
DESC: The Biometry Research Group, Division of Cancer Prevention
  of the National Cancer Institute is interested in obtaining
  computer-related technical support services, primarily systems
  design, computer programming, system documentation, and operational
  support. This will not be a contract for statistical consultation
  or services. The purpose of Request For Proposals (RFP) N02-CN-15004-76,
  titled "Biomedical Computing Software Services in Support of
  the Biometry Branch" is to provide computer-related support
  that falls into three main categories: (1) data management
  activities; (2) systems design and development; and (3) statistical
  analysis and modeling. Data management involves keying, formatting,
  and editing data collected from field studies. Systems design
  and development entails defining technical specification requirements
  and developing the program language code required to implement
  automated solutions. Statistical analysis and modeling involves
  using standard software packages and developing specialized
  software to carry out analyses under the general guidance of
  the Biometry Research Group personnel. It is anticipated that
  the RFP will be available around February 15, 2001. This RFP
  will only be available electronically at the following web
  site: http://rcb.nci.nih.gov and click on "Current Request
  For Proposals." The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) code is 514210. This procurement is a Total
  Small Business Set-Aside. Questions should be directed, via
  facsimile or e-mail, to Cynthia D. Washington, Contract Specialist,
  Prevention and Control Contracts Section, Research Contracts
  Branch, National Cancer Institute, Executive Plaza South, Room
  635, Bethesda, MD 20892-7226. Phone: (301) 435-3798; fax: (301)
  402-8579; e-mail: cw212f@nih.gov or Theresa H. Shroff, Contracting
  Officer. 
EMAILADD: ts144t@nih.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, 205B 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive,
  Reston, VA 20192
SUBJECT: D--FIBER OPTIC CABLING INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
SOL N/A
DUE 021501
POC Patrick N Robertson
DESC: D - Fiber Optic Cabling Installation and Maintenance. The
  U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Office of Information Systems
  (OIS) anticipates entering into non-competitive negotiations
  with Yipes Communications, Inc. of Reston, Virginia, to procure
  installation and maintenance of fiber optic connections between
  the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) located at 12201 Sunrise
  Valley Drive, Reston, Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads
  (MAX) located at the University of Maryland, College Park,
  Maryland, and between the U.S. Geological Survey located at
  12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, Virginia and the National
  Business Center (NBC) located at 2051 Mercator Drive, Reston,
  Virginia. The Gigabit Ethernet limited fiber optic connectivity
  between the sites described above shall be at a minimum; 1)
  250 Mbps between the USGS and MAX, and 2) 150 Mbps between
  the USGS and NBC. The connectivity shall be available and maintained
  24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The average latency of the
  network shall be no less than 10 ms. Network latency is defined
  as the time it takes for a packet traverse from the vendor
  supplied network multi-layer switch at one location to the
  vendor supplied network multi-layer switch at the other location.
  Based on the information available at this time, the Government
  considers the required fiber optic cabling installation and
  maintenance to only be available from Yipes Communications,
  Inc. The anticipated period of performance for this contract
  is a base year plus three one-year option periods. Firms who
  believe they can provide the required fiber optics installation
  and maintenance services are invited to submit an affirmative
  response within 15 days of the publication date of this notice
  in accordance with note number 22. Responses should include
  full technical information on the vendor in such detail to
  enable the Government to confirm the submitters capabilities.
  All such responses will be evaluated in order to determine
  whether that firm has full knowledge of the USGS's requirement.
  An affirmative response shall, at a minimum, include company
  literature, brochures, and other such information corresponding
  to the required services which demonstrates a bona fide ability
  to provide the required services. This notice is for informational
  purposes only. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) IS NOT AVAILABLE.
  This notice may represent the Government's only official notice
  of this procurement. Subject to the availability of funds.
  See note 22.  
EMAILADD: proberts@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: FBI/TCAU, 14800 Conference Center Drive, Suite 300, Chantilly,
  VA 20151
SUBJECT: D--DATE EXTENSION TO INMARSAT SATILLITE SERVICES
SOL RFQ-850814
DUE 020701
POC Rhonda P. Williams (703)814-4910
DESC: Our requirement is that "All respondent are encouraged
  to provide a variety of plans that would reflect the best value
  to the government." As further clarification the FBI has completed
  a review of past usage and found that depending on our response
  requirements and the response location average historical usage
  falls within a range of 50 minutes per terminal per month to
  100 minutes per terminal per month. Therefore, for proposal
  purposes we suggest that your quote include a pooled minute
  plan of 50, 75 and 100 minutes per terminal per month. In addition
  you quote should include the flat rate for the pooled minutes
  and the cost per minute for any minute in excess of the monthly
  pool. We also request that you quote a per minute rate assuming
  no pooling. The closing date for all quote has been extended
  to 4:00 pm Wednesday, February 7, 2001. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Procurement And
  Contracts Branch, Mail Stop O-20, 6432 General Green Way, Alexandria,
  Virginia 22312
SUBJECT: D--ELECTRONIC DIAL-UP INFORMATION RETRIEVEL SERVICE
SOL SECHQ-01-Q-0002
DUE 020501
POC Joan Johnson, Purchasing Agent 202/942/4984 Rosetta Wright-Samuel,
  Contracting Officer 202/942/4996This is a combined synopsis/solicitation
  for commercial items is prepared in accordance with the formant
  in Subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  only solicitation. Quotes are being requested and a written
  solicitation will not be issued. The Securities and Exchange
  Commission (SEC) requires the most comprehensive online collection
  of public records available. The SEC desires to purchase databases
  known as: Credit Bureau Headers; this service shall be provided
  by a direct gateway to the provider so information is the most
  current. Service shall also provide a comprehensive online
  collection of public records with fill-in-the-blank templates
  to make it user friendly in finding these materials. Also,
  a neighbor listing shall be stated on the template. An address
  Alert shall be available to edit and validate n
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6
  as supplemented with additional information included in this
  notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation.
  Quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  requires the most comprehensive online collection of public
  records available. The SEC desires to purchase databases known
  as: Credit Bureau Headers; this service shall be provided by
  a direct gateway to the provider so information is the most
  current. Service shall also provide a comprehensive online
  collection of public records with fill-in-the-blank templates
  to make it user friendly in finding these materials. Also,
  a neighbor listing shall be stated on the template. An address
  Alert shall be available to edit and validate names, addresses
  and telephone numbers of companies. This Address Alert database
  must contain information on over 146 million names, 71 million
  phone numbers and 160 million social security numbers. This
  address file shall match against the Post Office's National
  Change of Address file, U.S. Census Bureau data, Voter Registration
  records and telephone directories, to name a few. The objective
  is to enter a telephone number and retrieve a resident profile.
  People Finder records shall be available for all 50 states
  and the District of Columbia. Dun & Bradstreet Business Records
  Plus; Service shall provide a direct gateway to Dun & Bradstreet
  so the information is the most up to date available. A family
  tree "snapshot" for each company shall display a structural
  overview of the company's relationships, including parent companies,
  headquarters, branches and subsidiaries. While in the database,
  user shall be able to link into other valuable news material.
  Delaware Corporate Records; Service shall be accessed through
  a gateway directly to the Secretary of State's Office so the
  information is the most current available. All three services
  shall be provided on the internet as well as software. Billing
  to the SEC shall be "pay as you go", printing features shall
  include downloading, fax or email. Training shall be provided
  on site, at local information centers, telephone, as well as
  a 24 hour technical and customer support. The SEC has surveyed
  the market and has determined that the West Group is the only
  company able to provide this service. The SEC intends to award
  a Sole Source purchase order to West Group, P.O. Bo 64833;
  620 Opperman Drive, St. Paul, MN 55164, under the authority
  of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may identify their capability
  to respond to the requirement by submitting a quote to Joan
  Johnson on 703/914/9226 on or before February 5, 2001 @3:00
  p.m. Note 21 applies.   
CITE: (W-031 SN50C403)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service
  (FMS), Acquisition Management Division, 401 14th Street, S.W.,
  Room 454D, Washington, DC, 20227
SUBJECT: D--INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR VULNERABILITY
  ASSESSMENTS, IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS, TEST AND EVALUATION
  TO FMS SYSTEMS AND THOSE OF ITS FISCAL AGENTS.
SOL FHQ01R00295
DUE 031501
POC Donna Andersen, Contracting Officer, Phone (202)874-7267,
  Fax (202)874-7275, Email donna.andersen@fms.sprint.com
DESC: The Financial Management Service (FMS) has a requirement
  for an objective and independent assessment of the effectiveness
  of the security controls in place for FMS computing systems
  located at various sites throughout the United States. These
  assessments will include providing recommended improvements
  to these systems. In order to obtain assessments and recommendations
  free from internal constraints or external market/commercial
  related influences, the FMS intends to award a non-competitive
  contract to MITRE Corporation under the Federally Funded Research
  and Development Center (FFRDC) agreement established by the
  Internal Revenue Service and Department of Treasury. This effort
  is estimated to cost approximately $15M over a 5 year period.
  It is the intent of the FMS to establish a contract for a basic
  period and 4 option periods of one year each. Address comments
  to the Contracting Officer.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=FHQ01R00295&L=1763
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: donna.andersen@fms.sprint.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C417)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Savannah River, P.O. Box 700, New
  Ellenton, S.C. 29809-0700
SUBJECT: F--PROVIDE AND APPLY BULK FERTILIZER AND LIME
SOL RFQ-36-01-007
DUE 022801
POC Homer R. Gabard, Contracting Officer (803)725-0239
DESC: Provide and apply bulk fertilizer and lime to primary roads,
  secondary roads, and large grassed areas. Provide and apply
  bulk agricultural fertilizer starting April 16, 2001 and ending
  May 18, 2001. Estimated acres is 1,211. Provide and apply bulk
  agricultural lime starting September 1, 2001 and ending September
  30, 2001. Estimated acres is 562. Location of project is on
  Department of Energy's lands at the Savannah River Site (SRS)
  near Aiken, SC. SRS is a restricted access Government facility
  and non U.S. citizens will be required to get prior approval
  before coming on the Site which could require as long as 30
  days. This is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside. 
EMAILADD: hgabard@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Sierra National Forest, 1600 Tollhouse
  Road, Clovis, CA 93611-0532
SUBJECT: F--HAND RELEASE
SOL RFP R5-15-01-49
POC Request RFP from: Roxie Myers (559) 297-0706 x 4831 Technical:
  Gilbert Massiatt, Contracting Officer, (559) 297-0706 x 4835
DESC: This project, located on the Kings River and Pineridge
  Ranger Districts, Sierra National Forest, consists of the removal
  of vegetation from around planted and natural conifer seedlings.
  There is approximately 298 acres to be treated. The estimated
  start work date is May 15, 2001 and it has an estimated contract
  time of 21 calender days. SEE NOTES (1). 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C314)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDI, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office
  (952), P. O. Box 2965, Portland, Oregon 97208-2965
SUBJECT: F--MECHANICAL STAND MAINTENANCE
SOL HAB012015
DUE 032101
POC Tom Fulton 503-952-6218, FAX 503-952-6312
DESC: The work consists of cutting, slashing, chipping and scalping
  vegetation, using a track-mounted excavator. This is a four-year
  indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity services contract
  not to exceed $5,000,000. Multiple awards may be made. The
  Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fish and Wildlife Service, National
  Park Service and USDA, Forest Service are authorized to issue
  task orders against this contract. The following are required:
  Bid Guarantee, 20% of the contract minimum guarantee ($30,000);
  Performance Bond, 20% of the minimum contract guarantee ($30,000);
  Payment Bond, 20% of the minimum contract guarantee ($30,000).
  Project sites are primarily located in Jackson County, Oregon.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered.
  See Numbered Note(s): 1. 
EMAILADD: or952mb@or.blm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities, 235 Byron Street,
  Robins AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: F--ACFT MAINTENANCE FIXTURES, F100 ENGINE
SOL FD2060-01-Q-71405
DUE 032201
POC William (Randy) Fears, Contract Negotiator, Phone (912)926-5984,
  Fax (912)9267214, Email Randy.Fears@robins.af.mil
DESC: This acquisition is to acquire 5 ea NSN 4920-01-234-8500,
  Part Number PWA56331 Rev F, Engine Maintenance Fixture applicable
  to the F100-PW-100/200/220 Turbofan Engine utilizing Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures. FAR Part 12 procedures also apply.
  Applicable specifications/drawings are unavailable and will
  not be provided by the government. Note 1, notice of small
  business set-aside applies. WR-ALC local Note B applies: All
  potential offerors should contact the buyer/PCO identified
  above for additional information and/or to communicate concerns,
  if any, concerning this acquisition. If the contacting officer
  does not satisfy your concerns, an Ombudsman has been appointed
  to hear serious concerns that are not resolved through established
  channels. The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the
  authority of the program director or contracting officer, but
  to communicate serious contractor concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the source selection process.
  When appropriate, potential offerors may contact Ombudsman
  James Grant, Chief, Contract Policy Division, at 912-926-2604.
  Please be prepared to identify previous contacts made by you
  in an attempt to resolve your concerns. Anticipated RFQ issuance
  date is 21 Feb 01; responses will be due 15 days thereafter.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=FD2060-01-Q-71405&L=1202
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Randy.Fears@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3S2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Federal
  Building, Room 225, 355 E. Hancock Avenue, Athens, GA 30601
SUBJECT: F--WETLANDS RESERVE PROGRAM (WRP) CONSISTING OF AGRICULTURAL
  LAND SURVEY AND CLOSING SERVICES
SOL NRCS-02-SEGA-01
DUE 022101
POC Janice M. Dempsey, 404-347-6153/Contracting Officer
DESC: Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) consisting of performing
  surveys and closing services on Agricultural land in Clay and
  Early County, Georgia. Furnish all labor, equipment and materials
  to perform survey on 260 areas of Agricultural land in Clay
  and 43 areas of Agricultural land in Early County, Georgia.
  Also, performing closing services on both counties. Services
  for closing services included : title commitment binder and
  title insurance, obtaining signatures on Warranty Easement
  Deed. Price range is between $15,000 to $25,000. Work to be
  completed within 60 calendar days after issuance of a purchase
  order. No telephone requests for request for quotation package.
  Please fax request to  404 347-6163, Attn: Janice Dempsey.
  When faxing including name, address, telephone and facsimile
  number, and the request for quotation number. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer which will be considered. Reqest
  for Quotation will be available February 6, 2001. 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: F--MOWING SERVICES FOR CANISTEO, CORNING, AND HORNELL,
  NY FLOOD PROTECTION
SOL DACW31-01-T-0028
DUE 022001
POC William A. Epps @# 410-962-5610
DESC: F-- Mowing Services for Canisteo, Corning, and Hornell,
  NY Local Flood Protection Projects. The Baltimore District,
  Army Corps of Engineers intends to solicit labor, equipment,
  materials, and administrative work necessary to perform mowing
  services at Canisteo, Corning, and Hornell, NY Local Flood
  Protection Projects, in accordance with solicitation specification
  and provisions attachments. The requirement is a Small Business
  Set-Aside. All responsible sources can download a copy of bid
  package at http://ebs.nab.usace.army.mil/. No telephone or
  fax request for the solicitation package will be accepted.
  See numbered Note 22 except change the forty-five (45) days
  to twenty (20). 
LINKURL: http://www.ebs.nab.usace.army.mil/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Tony.Epps@nab02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C401)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: H--Quality Control, Testing and Inspection Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic
  Safety Administration (NHTSA), National Highway Traffic Safety
  Administration HQ, 400 7th Street, SW, Room 5301, Washington,
  DC, 20590
SUBJECT: H--COMPLIANCE TESTING OF SECTION 6.1(B)(3), "RIGID POLE
  IMPACT" OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD(FMVSS)NO.
  201,"OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN INTERIOR IMPACT".
SOL DTNH22-01-R-01033
DUE 033001
POC Henrietta Mosley, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 366-9570,
  Fax (202) 366-9555, Email hmosley@nhtsa.dot.gov
DESC: The contractor shall furnish the necessary qualified technical
  personnel, materials, supplies, facilities and equipment to
  perform the inspection, compliance testing, and reporting services
  for conformance with the performance requirements of S6.1(b)(3)
  of FMVSS No. 201, "Occupant Protection in Interior Impact".
  The Offeror shall also be required to perform a portion of
  FMVSS No. 301-03, "Fuel System Integrity" (only the static
  rollover portion of this test procedure will be conducted).
  In addition to meeting the requirements of the Office of Vehicle
  Safety Compliance (OVSC) test procedures, the Offeror shall
  prepare and follow a quality assurance project plan which shall
  include a method to assure compliance with all Agency requirements.
  In order to be considered for an award, each Offeror must have
  a fully operational test facility capable of meeting all testing
  requirements specified by the solicitation and the Laboratory
  Test Procedures. In addition, the government may require a
  demonstration test at the Offeror's expense using the same
  facilities, techniques and personnel that the Offeror proposes
  to use in the performance of the contract. Subcontracting of
  compliance testing or any portions of a compliance test will
  NOT be permitted. Manufacturers of vehicles and/or components
  to be tested are not eligible for award of this contract. It
  is contemplated that a fixed-price type contract will be awarded
  for this effort. The anticipated period of performance is twelve
  (12) months with four (4) additional twelve (12) month option
  periods. The solicitation and any documents related to this
  procurement will be available over the Internet. These documents
  will reside on a World-Wide Web (WWW) server, which may be
  accessed using a WWW browser application. The Internet site,
  or URL, for the FedBizOpps page is www.fedbizopps.gov or www.eps.gov
  . It is the Offeror's responsibility to monitor the Internet
  site for the release of the solicitation and amendments (if
  any). Potential Offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the solicitation and amendments (if any).
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTNH22-01-R-01033&L=135
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: hmosley@nhtsa.dot.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3E8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, PO Box 36900, Billings, Montana
  59107-6900
SUBJECT: J--PROCESS CONTROL EQUIPMENT, LEADVILLE, COLORADO
SOL 01SQ600077
DUE 030101
POC Andy Fox (406) 247-7811
DESC: It is required that the Contractor provide all labor and
  materials to remove existing plant Variable Frequency Drive
  Units (VFD's) and replace with new VFD's (ABB model ACH400)
  that will be furnished by the Government. The work shall include
  the following: 1) Provide all labor required to remove and
  dispose of six (6) VFD's which are presently installed in the
  Leadville plant; 2) Provide all necessary labor required to
  install and wire six (6) Government furnished VFD's (ABB model
  ACH400); 3) Furnish and install all hardware needed to install
  the new VFD's (unistrut, nuts, bolts, wire etc.) into an existing
  Motor Control Center panel (MCC); 4) Provide needed labor to
  assist with commissioning (start-up) of six (6) VFD's; 5) Provide
  all labor and tools needed to remove twelve (12) existing MCC
  doors. These doors shall become the property of the Contractor
  and removed from site; 6) Furnish and install six (6) new custom
  made doors to replace the twelve doors listed in item 5 above.
  As it is very important that a part of the Leadville plant
  be kept in service at all times, the Contractor will be required
  to coordinate work with plant personnel. The due date for the
  Request for Quotations (RFQ) is tentatively scheduled for March
  01, 2001. All reasonable sources may submit a quote which shall
  be considered by the Bureau of Reclamation. This will be set
  aside for small business concerns. The North American Industry
  Classification System code is 81131. The Standard Industrial
  Classification code is 7699. The small business size standard
  is $5.0 million. This acquisition is pursuant to Part 12 of
  the FAR, Commercial Item Acquisition. To receive a copy of
  the RFQ, contractors shall fax a request to (406) 247-7798.
  The fax must include contractors name, address, phone/fax numbers,
  tax identification and Duns numbers. The faxes shall be to
  the attention of Andy Fox.
EMAILADD: afox@gp.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Great Plains Regional Office, Billings MT
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Bureau of Land Management, 6881 Abbott Loop Rd., Anchorage,
  AK 99507
SUBJECT: J--REPAIR AND REBUILDING OF FUEL PUMPS AND FILTERS,
  AND CONSTRUCTION FUEL MODULES
SOL LAP012002
DUE 022001
POC Terese Bertini (907) 267-1320
DESC: The Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Fire Service has
  a requirement to construct 24 fuel module frames, Re-plumb
  26 VF61 filter vessels and Re-plumb 35 fuel pumps. The contractor
  will be required to pick up the pumps and vessels from the
  Fire Service located at Ft. Wainwright, Alaska. The work will
  consist of re-plumbing the pumps and filters from their currant
  configuration to a configuration suitable for use in the fuel
  modules. by using old and new parts. Bid packets will be available
  on or about February 9th. The bid will close February 20,2001.
  The required delivery date for these items is March 31,2001.For
  technical questions please contact Lindsay Wyatt at (907) 356-5564
   The SIC code for this requirement is 7699
EMAILADD: mbertini@ak.blm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics
  Command - Atlantic, 300 East Main Street, Suite 600, Norfolk,
  VA, 23510-9102
SUBJECT: J--DOCKSIDE REPAIRS TO USCGC ANVIL
SOL DTCG80-01-Q-3FA799
DUE 022801
POC Janet Glasz, Contract Specialist, Phone 757-628-4802, Fax
  757-628-4677, Email jglasz@mlca.uscg.mil
DESC: This is a synopsis for ship repair under Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures. Request for Quotation (RFQ) number DTCG80-01-Q-3FA799.
  This RFQ will incorporate provisions and clauses that are in
  effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-21 . The North
  American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 336611
  and the size standard is 1,000 employees. The requirement is
  for the following: Contractor to provide all labor, materials,
  equipment, services and competence to complete Dockside repairs:
  1. Renew Soot Trap, 2. Replace 10" Button Chocks, 3. Preserve
  Aft Mast, 4. Refurbish Crews Berthing In Accordance with Specifications
  on USCGC Anvil (WLIC-75301) 75' "A" Class Inland Construction
  Tender and 68' Aton Barge (68013). Vessel Location: Charleston,
  SC. Performance Period: April 09 to April 30, 2001. Request
  for Quote solicitation package and specifications to be provided
  upon written request to Janet Glasz. E-MAIL: jglasz@mlca.uscg.mil/FAX:
  (757)628-4677. The proposed solicitation listed here will be
  awarded as part of the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration
  Program. Quotes are due on or before Feb. 28, 2001, 1600 EST
  to: Commander USCG MLCLANT (vpl3), 300 E. Main Street, Suite
  600, Norfolk, VA 23510-9102 Attn: Janet Glasz . TEL: (757)628-4802.
  This notice is for informational purposes for Minority, Women-Owned
  and Disadvantaged business enterprises to acquire short-term
  working capital assistance for Department of Transportation
  related contracts. Loans are available under the DOT Short-term
  Lending Program (STLP) at prime interest rates to provide accounts
  receivable financing. The minimum line of credit is $500,000.
  For further information and applicable forms concerning STLP,
  call the OSDBU at (800)532-1169. For information concerning
  the acquisition, contact the contracting official listed above.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTCG80-01-Q-3FA799&L=497
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jglasz@mlca.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C323)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, Coast Guard Island, Building 50-7, Alameda, CA,
  94501-5100
SUBJECT: J--USCGC HEALY (WAGB 20) MULTI-YEAR ID/IQ PAINTING AND
  PRESERVATION
SOL DTCG-85-00-R-625646
DUE 020601
POC Jim Altice, Contracting Officer, Phone 206-217-6815, Fax
  206-217-6976, Email jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil - Linda Cho,
  Contract Section Supervisor, Phone 510-437-3393, Fax 510-437-3392,
  Email
DESC: The purpose of this synopsis modification is to extend
  the period of time that the electronic solicitation is available
  on the website:
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=DTCG-85-00-R-625646&L=499
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3I1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Property Management Division (2PMC-F), 26 Federal Plaza,
  Room 16-124, New York, NY, 10278
SUBJECT: J--MECHANICAL AND ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICES, DANIEL
  PATRICK MOYNIHAN U.S. COURTHOUSE, 500 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK,
  NY
SOL GS-02P-00-PLC-0191
DUE 030601
POC Scott Starkman, Contracting Officer, Phone (212) 264-2759,
  Fax (212) 264-4808, Email scott.starkman@gsa.gov - Crystal
  Cuffee, Contract Specialist, Phone (212) 264-7356, Fax (212)
  264-4808, Email crystal@gsa.gov
DESC: The General Services Administration is soliciting for mechanical
  and elevator maintenance services, for the Daniel Patrick Moynihan
  United States Courthouse, located at 500 Pearl Street, New
  York, NY 10007. The solicitation number is: GS-02P-00-PLC-0191.
  The Government contemplates an award of a commercial-item,
  fixed-price-with-economic-price-adjustment contract having
  a base term of three years and two (2) option terms of three
  (3) years each. This procurement is open to both large and
  small business concerns. The applicable NAICS code is 235950
  and the associated size standard is $11.5 million. A bid bond
  in the amount of 20 percent of the offer price and a performance
  bond in the amount of 25 percent of the contract price will
  be required. This procurement is being conducted in two (2)
  phases. Phase I is a Request for Qualifications. Only firms
  which have been determined to meet the minimum standards for
  Phase I (described below) will be eligible to proceed to Phase
  II and to receive a full Request for Proposals (RFP). REQUEST
  FOR QUALIFICATIONS (PHASE I): Submit evidence of current and
  previous (within the last 5 years) contracts (Government or
  commercial), demonstrating performance of full mechanical maintenance
  services in facilities comparable to the Moynihan U.S. Courthouse.
  "Full mechanical maintenance services" includes the operation,
  maintenance, and repair of mechanical, electrical, plumbing,
  and utility systems. A facility is considered to be "comparable"
  if it is an office building, courthouse, or hospital of at
  least 500,000 gross square feet and 14 stories and meets the
  minimum standards for at least 8 of the following 12 characteristics:
  CHARACTERISTIC (MINIMUM STANDARD): 1. Population (see note
  below) (At least 750) 2. Chillers (At least 2 at or over 550
  tons each) 3. Boilers (At least 2 gas, oil, or dual-fuel) 4.
  Pumps (chilled-water and condenser-water) (At least 3 at or
  over 75 HP each) 5. Main air handlers (At least 14 at or over
  10,000 CFM each) 6. Main motors (for air handlers, pumps, towers,
  etc.) (At least 17 at or over 20 HP each) 7. Emergency generators
  (At least 1 at or over 625 kw) 8. Elevators (At least 14 gearless
  traction) 9. Fire alarm (At least 400 points) 10. BMS/EMS (At
  least 750 points) 11. Plumbing fixtures (toilets/sinks/urinals)
  (At least 480 fixtures) 12. Service calls (At least 1225 calls
  per year) *Note: Population refers to permanent tenants only.
  It does not include visitors to the building (e.g., jurors
  to a courthouse). Submit ALL of the following information for
  at least 3, but not more than 6, buildings, "comparable" to
  the Moynihan U.S. Courthouse (as defined above), in which full
  mechanical maintenance services (as defined above) were provided
  within the last 5 years: REQUIRED REFERENCE INFORMATION: 1.
  Building name and address 2. Building Owner's/Manager's name
  3. Contact person's name, title, and phone number 4. Contract
  number 5. Contract start and completion dates 6. Annual dollar
  value of contract 7. Description of services performed (scope
  of work/types of systems serviced) 8. Type of facility (e.g.,
  office building) 9. No. of gross square feet in building 10.
  No. of stories in building 11. No. of tenants in building*
  (see note below) 12. Quantity, type, and capacity (tons) of
  chillers 13. Quantity, type (gas/oil/dual-fuel), and capacity
  (btus) of boilers 14. Quantity and capacity (hp) of chilled-water
  and condenser-water pumps 15. Quantity and capacity (cfm) of
  the main air handlers 16. Quantity, type, and capacity (hp)
  of the main motors (for air handlers, pumps, towers, etc.)
  17. Quantity and capacity (kw) of the emergency generators
  18. Quantity, type (e.g., gearless traction, hydraulic), capacity,
  and No. of floors served for all elevators 19. No. of points
  in fire alarm system 20. No. of points in the BMS/EMS system
  21. No. of plumbing fixtures (toilets, sinks, urinals) 22.
  Total number of service calls received annually (avg.) *Note:
  Population refers to permanent tenants only. It does not include
  visitors to the building (e.g., jurors to a courthouse). NOTES:
  1. Multiple buildings in the same complex are not considered
  as separate buildings, in meeting the 3-building requirement.
  2. Basements and penthouses are not considered as "stories,"
  in meeting the 14-story requirement. 3. The Government will
  evaluate prior experience by means of conducting reference
  checks. 4. The Government may conduct reference checks on contracts
  not submitted by the offeror but which the Government has previous
  knowledge of or becomes aware of during the course of the evaluation.
  5. Prior experience of the offeror's principals (e.g., President,
  Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer) may be used to qualify
  the offeror, but only where the principal has acquired the
  experience while serving as a principal of the offeror or another
  firm. 6. Prior experience in performing elevator maintenance
  services will not be considered under this evaluation factor;
  it may be considered, however, in determining if the offeror
  is "responsible," in accordance with FAR Part 9. 7. TO MEET
  THE MINIMUM REQUIRED STANDARD OF ACCEPTABILITY FOR THIS EVALUATION
  FACTOR, THE OFFEROR MUST BE CURRENTLY PERFORMING OR MUST HAVE
  PERFORMED (WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARS) FULL MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
  SERVICES (AS DEFINED ABOVE) IN AT LEAST 3 SEPARATE FACILITIES
  COMPARABLE (AS DEFINED ABOVE) TO THE MOYNIHAN U.S. COURTHOUSE.
  ONLY OFFERORS THAT HAVE MET THIS MINIMUM STANDARD WILL BE ELIGIBLE
  TO PROCEED TO PHASE TWO OF THIS PROCUREMENT (REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS).
  INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE INTO THIS REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
  ARE THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS: 1. FAR 52.215-1, Instructions
  to Offerors - Competitive (Feb 2000) 2. FAR 52.233-2, Service
  of Protest (Crystal Cuffee, Contracting Officer, GSA, Federal
  Center PMC (2PMC-F), 26 Federal Plaza, Room 16-124, New York,
  NY 10278) (Aug 1996) 3. GSAM 552.233-70, Protests Filed Directly
  with the General Services Administration (Mar 2000) 4. GSAM
  552.237-70, Qualifications of Offerors (May 1989) Qualifications
  shall be submitted by Tuesday, March 6, 2001, at 4:30 P.M.,
  local time, to: General Services Administration, Business Service
  Center (2AR), 26 Federal Plaza, Room 18-130, New York, NY 10278.
  Be sure to include on the outside envelope or package: the
  solicitation number, the date and time specified for receipt
  of Qualifications, and the name and address of the offeror.
  Facsimile submissions will not be accepted. For further information,
  contact: Scott D. Starkman, Contracting Officer; phone: (212)
  264-2759; fax: (212) 264-4808. This is a combined synopsis/Request
  for
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  notice
EMAILADD: scott.starkman@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3P4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Oo-Alc Pko, 6038 Aspen Avenue
  Bldg 1289 Ne, Hill air Force Base, Ut 84056-5000
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE WATER SOFTENERS
SOL F42650-01-R-0033 01
POC Wanda Jackson/Pkos/[801]777-4199, For additional information
  contact Wanda Jackson/Pkos/[801]777-4199
DESC: Amendment, Synopsis F42650-01-R-0033 has been cancelled.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Wanda.Jackson@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, William Jennings Bryan
  Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Chief, Acquisition &
  Facilities Planning Service(90C), 6439 Garners Ferry Road,
  Columbia, SC 29209-1639
SUBJECT: J--AIR DUCT CLEANING
SOL RFQ 544-030-01
DUE 022801
POC Sandra F. Edwards (803) 695-6857
DESC:  1. The date and hour specified in Amendment No. 4 for
  receipt of offers is hereby extended to February 28, 2001 at
  2:00 p.m., local time. This extension is issued to allow the
  Government time to modify the Description of Work.  2. The
  U.S. Department of Labor Wage Determination No. 1994-2475,
  Revision No. 15, last revised 09/18/2000 is hereby incorporated
  into this requirement. This attachment is not available electronically.
  However it can be obtained from the Contracting Officer at
  the address shown in Block 9, Standard Form 1449, or via fax
  request ( Fax -803-695-6781).   3. Drawings are now available
  at a cost of $50.00 per set (non-refundable). Request must
  be in writing, to the Contracting Officer, stating complete
  company name and address, contact name and telephone number
  and accompanied by cashier's check, money order, or certified
  check only, payable to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Z5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  38 EIG/PK, 4064 Hilltop Road, Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-2713
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE, OPERATIONS, AND RECURRING SUPPORT SERVICES
  FOR BASE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM AT GRAND FORKS AFB ND
SOL F34608-01-R-0004
DUE 032301
POC David Hines, Contract Specialist, Phone (405) 734-9777, Fax
  (405) 734-9220, Email david.hines@tinker.af.mil
DESC: The 38 EIG/PKL, Contracting office has a requirement for
  vendors to provide nonpersonal services for operations, maintenance
  and recurring support services of the Base Telecommunications
  System (BTS) for Grand Forks AFB ND. The proposed contract
  is for a base period and four option periods totaling approximately
  60 months. The services would include providing all personnel,
  equipment, parts, material, tools, operation and maintenance
  documentation and any other items and services necessary to
  perform operations and maintenance of the Base Telecommunications
  System (BTS), Grand Forks AFB ND. Perform operations and maintenance
  on switching systems, transmission equipment, ancillary equipment,
  auxiliary equipment, customer premise equipment, and the inside
  and outside cable plant. Switching equipment consist of a Dial
  Central Office (DCO) Switching System. The DCO switch is a
  Lucent Technologies Definity G3R software MLPP and located
  in Building 102 at Grand Forks AFB ND. The DCO switching is
  comprised of seven (7) cabinets and modules, approximately
  assigned 5,000 lines, 4900 Analog, 100 Digital and equipped
  for 6000 ports, and software version R7. Command post Lucent
  RST located at Building 607. The RST is comprised of one (1)
  cabinet and modules, approximately 608 Analog, 168 Digital
  ports. Lucent Definity ECS, located in Hospital Building 109.
  Which is approximately 336 Analog ports, 48 Digital ports,
  3 DS-1, and software version G3V6i.03.2..239.7, and a Lucent
  System 75 located in Building 306, room 102. It is approximately
  32 digital ports. The proposed contract is 100% small business
  set-aside. Only offers from firms certified as small businesses
  will be considered. All responsible domestic offerors may submit
  proposals. For this acquisition, a concern will be considered
  small under NAIC 811212 with size standard of $18,000,000.00.
  Based upon market research, the Government is not using the
  policies contained in Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items,
  in this solicitation for the described supplies or services.
  However, interested persons may identify to the contracting
  officer their interest and capability to satisfy the Government's
  requirement with a commercial item within 15 days of this notice.
  An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors
  or potential offerors during the proposal development phase
  of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to
  diminish the authority of the program director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate contractor concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the source selection process.
  Interested parties are invited to call Colonel Joseph Magnone,
  at (781) 377-5106. The solicitation will be issued (available
  to download) approximately 21 Feb 01. Deadline for receipt
  of bids will be 30 days after solicitation issue. DO NOT request
  a hard copy of this solicitation. The RFP will be paperless
  and will be released using the Electronic Posting System (EPS)
  via the www (www.eps.gov). The RFP will contain files in MS
  Word 7.0 and MS Excel 7.0. l
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LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: david.hines@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C400)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics
  Command - Atlantic, 300 East Main Street, Suite 600, Norfolk,
  VA, 23510-9102
SUBJECT: J--THE U.S. COAST GUARD HAS DECIDED NOT TO SET ASIDE
  AN ACQUISITION FOR HUBZONE CONCERNS ONLY DUE TO NO AVAILABLE
  SOURCES.
SOL DTCG80-01-B-3FA541
DUE 021601
POC Fredrick Baechle, Contract Specialist, Phone 757-628-4652,
  Fax 757-628-4676, Email bbaechle@mlca.uscg.mil - Michael Monahan,
  Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone 757-628-4639, Fax 757-628-4676,
  Email
DESC: The U.S. Coast Guard has decided not to set aside an acquisition
  for HUBZone concerns only due to only one available source.
  The solicitation will be issued electronically via FEDBIZOPPS
  on or about February 16, 2001. Signup for automatic notification
  on FEDBIZOPPS at http://www.eps.gov/ If you have questions
  regarding FEDBIZOPPS contact Mr. Daniel Dyer at (757) 628-4646
  or eail djdyer@mlca.uscg.mil. Work will be performed by Delivery
  Order, Delivery Order will be between 15,000 and 30,000 and
  it is expected we will issue two (2) D.O.s per year. The small
  business size standard is less than 500 employees. This acquisition
  is for dry-dock repairs to the USCGC 41 Foot Utility boats.
  All work must be performed within the USA but the contractor
  will be responsible transporting the vessel more than 100 nautical
  miles from New Orleans, LA. and over any land. Trained welders,
  who have been certified by the applicable regulatory code performance
  qualification procedures, shall accomplish all welding and
  brazing. At the preset time, this acquisition will be issued
  set aside for small Business procedures. However, in accordance
  with FAR 19.1305, if your firm is HUBZone certified and intends
  to submit an offer on this acquisition, please respond by e-mail
  to Bbaechle@mlca.uscg.mil or by fax (757) 628-4675/76. Questions
  may be referred to Mr. F. Barat Baechle at (757) 628-4652.
  In your response please include the following: (a) a positive
  statement of your intent to submit a bid for this solicitation
  as a prime contractor; (b) evidence of experience in work similar
  in type and scope to include contract numbers, project titles,
  dollar amounts, points of contact and telephone numbers and
  (c) past performance references with points of contact and
  phone numbers. At least two references are requested, but more
  are desirable. Your response is required by 10 days from the
  date of this posting. All of the above must be submitted in
  sufficient detail for a decision to be made on a HUBZone set
  aside. Failure to submit all information requested may result
  in a set-aside for small Business acquisition. A decision on
  whether this will be pursued as a HUBZone small business set
  aside or on a set aside for small Business will be posted in
  the CBD. The performance period is for 35 days including transportation
  of the boats to and from the contractor. Provide all labor,
  material and equipment necessary to perform dry-dock repairs
  to the, Coast Guard Group new Orleans, LA, 41 Foot Utility
  Boats (CG41-UTB) including but not limited to the following
  Indefinite Items: (1) Welding Repairs, (2) Renew Skeg, (3)
  Air Test Skeg, (4 ) Remove and Reinstall Rubrail, (5) Renew
  Rubrail Fasteners, (6) Clean and Inspect Diesel Fuel Tanks,
  (7) Renew Cabin Top Exterior,(8) Renew Stern Tube, (9) Renew
  Watertight Scuttle, (10) Remove, Inspect, and Reinstall Propeller
  Shaft, (11) Renew Strut, (12) Renew Propeller Shaft Coupling,
  (13) Straighten Shaft (14)Perform Minor Repair and Reconditioning
  of Propeller, (15) Realign Engine,(16) Renew Propulsion Shaft
  Stern Tube Bearings, (17) Renew Propulsion Shaft Strut Bearings,
  (18) Remove and Reinstall Propeller, (19) Overhaul, Renew,
  and Test Valves, (20) Remove, Inspect, and Reinstall Rudder
  Assembly, (21) Renew Rudder Bushing, (22) Preserve Main Deck
  and Well Deck, (23) Preserve Aluminum Underwater Body (Nofoul),
  (24) Preserve Freeboard, (25) Renew Corrosion Preventive Zinc
  Anodes, (26) Ultrasonic Testing, (27) Routine Drydocking, (A)
  Composite Labor Rate, (B)GFP Report (Z) Laydays. Vessels are
  41-Foot Utility Boats. Vessel length is 40 feet 8 inches; breadth
  is 13 feet, 6 inches. Vessel homeport is located within Coast
  Guard Group, Galveston TX area. Availability schedules are
  defined separately for each vessel. The performance period
  for each vessel is thirty-five (35) calendar days. The place
  of performance is not geographically restricted; however, the
  Coast Guard will transport the vessel to and from any shipping
  point within a safe operating radius of 100 nautical miles
  from the Coast Guard facility at New Orleans, LAS. Safe operating
  conditions are defined as (1) less than 5-foot seas, (2) more
  than 5 feet water depth, and (3) no more than 30 nautical miles
  off shore. The Contractor shall transport the vessel from a
  designated point within the safe operating range to the repair
  facility if the repair facility is located outside the range
  of safe operating radius. After completion of the vessel's
  availability, the Contractor shall return the vessel from the
  repair facility to a designated point within the safe operating
  range of the vessel. Transportation of the vessel by the Contractor
  shall be by land, or by towing in a protective waterway only
  at the contractor's expense, which shall be included in the
  bid amount. The contract will consist of one (1) base year
  and Four (4) option years to be exercised at the Government's
  discretion. All reference documents are available for viewing
  at 300 East Main Street, Suite 600, Norfolk, VA. Drawings are
  now available on CD-ROM. The CD-ROM sets are available for
  all cutters and will be provided free of charge. The CD-ROM(s)
  contain WINDOWS compliant raster/vector formats (e.g. *.TIF,
  *.TIF (group4), *.DWG, and *.DWF, etc.) Drawings are also still
  available in hard copy. A non-refundable charge of $150.00
  is required in the form of a certified check or money order
  made payable to the U.S. Coast Guard for requested drawings.
  The proposed contract listed here is set aside for small businesses
  only. Plans and specifications will be issued on of after 08
  January 2001. "ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned, and Disadvantaged
  Business Enterprises (DBEs)! The Department of Transportation
  (DOT), Short-term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital
  financing in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts
  receivable for transportation related contracts. Maximum line
  of credit is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For
  further information call (800) 532-1169. Internet address:
  http//osdbuweb.dot.gov_ For information concerning the acquisition,
  contact the contracting official listed above. Numbered Note
  26 applies.
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  notice
EMAILADD: bbaechle@mlca.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C410)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: L--Technical Representation Services
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: L--INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SERVICES
SOL DAAH01-01-R-0119
DUE 030101
POC James Cox, Contract Specialist, 256-876-8849; Colleen Rodriguez,
  Contracting Officer, 256-876-8840
DESC: This acquisition is for industrial engineering services
  in support of the Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS), for
  which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only one source (Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control,
  which is the designer, developer and producer of the MLRS.
  The basic period of performance is 01 April 2001 through 31
  March 2002; two option periods will also be included. 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C321)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: M--Operation of Government-Owned Facilities--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Sandia National Laboratories, Organization 10256, PO
  Box 5800, Albuquerque, NM 87185-0216
SUBJECT: M--ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OUTSOURCING
SOL AP-001
DUE 021401
POC Gary Romero (505) 844-5560
DESC: 1. This solicitation is in support of a make-buy decision
  regarding outsourcing of the Sandia National Laboratories Accounts
  Payable function.  2. Sources for a Request for Quotation
  or Request for Information to be issued in February 2001 are
  being sought.  3. Sources must have at least one year of
  experience in providing third party Accounts Payable services.
EMAILADD: grromer@sandia.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  via e-mail
CITE: (W-030 SN50C324)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: North Dakota Department of Human Services, Judicial Wing
  State Capitol, 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota
  58505-0250
SUBJECT: Q--RFP PASRR, UC IN LTC, CON UNDER 21
SOL 01-101
DUE 033001
POC Joan Ehrhardt (701) 256-6237
DESC: Medical Services Division of the North Dakota Department
  of Human Services is Requesting proposals and pricing plans
  for statewide services of Preadmission Screening/Resident Review,
  Utilization Control and Review for the nursing facility population,
  and Certification of Need for Under 21. Entities wishing to
  obtain a copy of the Request for Proposal may contact Joan
  Ehrhardt, Project Director, Medical Services, ND Department
  of Human Services, 600 E Boulevard Ave-Dept 325, Bismarck,ND
  58505-0250, telephone (701) 328-4864; FAX (701) 328-1544; E-mail:
  soehrj@state.nd.us. The RFP is scheduled to be released on
  February 23, 2001. Proposals must be received by the Medical
  Services Division no later than 4:00 p.m. March 30, 2001.
EMAILADD: soehrj@state.nd.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Y3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: Q--RADIOLOGY SERVICES
SOL RFQ 69D-144-01
DUE 022001
POC Kimberly Cowan-Tucker, Contracting Officer, (414) 902-5406
DESC:  Reference CBD Submission No 50C034, dated January 26,
  2001, has been amended to change the Solicitation Number to
  RFQ 69D-356-00.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: VA Medical Center (90C), 940 Belmont St, Purchasing/Contracting,
  Brockton, MA 02301
SUBJECT: Q--ARTISAN STAINING SYSTEM REAGENT CARTRIDGES
SOL RFP523-24-01
DUE 031401
POC Carol AhNee
DESC: This action originally publicized in the CBD is to include
  the issue date of the solicitation as 2/14/01 and change the
  due date to 3/14/01. All other information publicized in the
  original synopsis is correct. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3R9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department Of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 4646 John
  R, Detroit, MI 48201
SUBJECT: Q--COMMUNITY BASED OUTPATIENT CLINIC
SOL n/a
DUE 022001
POC Paula Allstetter, (313) 576-3006, Barbara Wilkinson, (313)
  576-3737
DESC: The Department of Veterans Affairs, John D. Dingell Medical
  Center, attention Acquisition Management (001R-A), 4646 John
  R. Street, Detroit, MI, 48201, is seeking potential contractors
  to provide primary care as a community based outpatient clinic
  (CBOC). The clinic shall be located in a vicinity serving the
  veteran population residing in lower southeast Michigan. No
  solicitation document is available at this time. Advertisment
  in the CBD will be published when a solicitation is available.
  The determination to open competition based on responses received
  is solely within the discretion of the Government. All potential
  contractors shall submit in writing, their interest in this
  procurment. Information shall be submitted via facsimile (313)
  576-1077, or mail at the above address. No E Mail transmissions
  will be accepted. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Willamette National Forest, 211 East 7th Avenue, Eugene,
  Oregon 97401
SUBJECT: R--LAND LINE SURVEYS
SOL R6-18-01-208
POC Contract Specialist. (541-465-6506)
DESC: This project has been cancelled in its entirety.
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Y9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Defense Threat Reduction Agency/AM, DTRA Annex, 8725
  John J. Kingman Road, MSC 6201, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6201
SUBJECT: R--SECURITY ACCESS CONTROL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS MONITORING
SOL DTRA01-01-R-0014
DUE 031501
POC Contact, Patricia Maxson, 703/767-4789/Contracting Officer,
  David Miller, 703/767-5766
DESC: Total 8(a) set-aside under NAICS code 561612 (SIC code
  7381). Eligible contractors must possess a Top Secret facility
  clearance at time of contract award and Secret to Top Secret
  clearances for employess. Contract will have a one-year basic
  period with four one-year option periods. Contract will provide
  for in-depth security and administration and responsible physical
  security support on-site and off-site for the protection of
  personnel and classified materials. The requirement is for
  access control, locksmith services, technical and administrative
  security support for multiple locations as part of the Defense
  Threat Reduction Agency's overall physical security program.
  All responsible sources who meet the qualifications may submit
  a proposal which shall be considered by the agency. The contracting
  office will accept requests for solicitations through mail
  or facsimile request. Facsimile number is 703/767-4691. 
EMAILADD: patricia.maxson@dtra.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: DHHS/PHS/FDA/Office of Facilities, Acquisitions, And
  Central Services, Division Of Contracts and Program Management,
  HFA-511(ITCB), 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857
SUBJECT: R--MAILING LISTS AND BULK MAILING 
SOL 164045
DUE 021401
POC Trudy Dartouzos, ph: 301/827-7165; fax: 301-827-7103
DESC: Notes #1 & 22. The Food and Drug Administration, the Center
  for Food Safety & Applied Nurition [CFSAN], intends to a sole
  source purchase order due to a partnership of Food Safety Education
  having the copyright to this material. The sole source award
  shall be made to API/Fight BAC, Lanham, MD. The scope of work
  is for warehouse storage and distribution of approximately
  1,040,000 Spanish and English Fight BAC BAC brochures, BAC
  posters, BAC catchers and bookmarks. This award is a planned
  solicitation under the simplified acquisition process. The
  following provisions apply: 52-227.17; 52.232.33. This procurement
  will be awarded as a simplified acquisition in accordance with
  the FAR Subpart 13.5.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, MS 204, 12201 Sunrise Valley
  Drive, Reston, Va 20192
SUBJECT: R--MANAGING AND REPORTING SERVICES FOR STREAMGAGING
  WORKSHOPS
SOL N/A
DUE 021401
POC Karen Staubs, Contracting Officer, 703-648-7901 fax
DESC: The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has a requirement for
  planning, publicizing, managing and reporting services for
  four regional Streamgaging Workshops designed to provide the
  USGS with comments and advice from numberous agencies and organizations
  on plans for implementing a National Streamflow Information
  Program. THE USGS ANTICIPATES AWARDING THE PURCHASE ORDER TO
  INTERSTATE COUNCIL ON WATER POLICY (ICWP), this company has
  the knowledge and the experience in addressing streamgaging
  issues for the USGS. ICWP has been a cornerstone of the Streamgaging
  Task Force, a sub-committee of the Advisory Committee on Water
  Information (ACWI) tasked with defining the requirements of
  a National Streamgaging Network. ICWP understands the complexities
  of the network in the terms of multiple uses of data, varied
  funding sources, and competing priorities of stakeholders.
  ICWP has provided the leadership and credibility needed to
  assemble the many and varied stakeholders for discussion of
  network needs and priorities. This ANOUNCEMENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL
  PURPOSES ONLY; no formal RFQ will be available. Vendors who
  can provide and have knowledge of the above service are invited
  to provide an affirmative response to this notice. An affirmative
  response must include, but not be limited to offered products,
  price lists, warranties, and any additional information indicating
  a bona fide ability to meet this requirement. All responses
  must be in writing, no telephone requests will be accepted.

EMAILADD: kstaubs@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Acquisition Section
  (MCC-10J), 77 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604-3590
SUBJECT: R--REGIONAL OVERSIGHT CONTRACT (ROC) AT FEDERAL FACILITIES-EPA
  REGION 5
SOL R5-01-10719
DUE 041701
POC Gene H. Jackson, (312)353-5028 FAX (312) 353-9096
DESC: The Region 5 EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) intends
  to procure ROC (Regional Oversight Contract) support services:
  National Program for Federal Facilities Enforcement. Region
  5 consists of the following states: OH, IN, MI, IL, WI, and
  MN. The method of procurement will be in accordance w/source
  selection procedures pursuant to FAR Subpart 15.1 and Environmental
  Protection Agency Acquistion Regulation Subpart 1515.3. The
  procurement is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside (firms w/500
  employees or less). The contract type will be a five year Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity,
  LOE (Level of Effort)w/the estimated LOE being 80K hours. The
  ROC is to provide support to EPA's FFRR (Federal Facilities
  Restoration and Reuse) in its mission of oversight and enforcement
  of both the CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation,
  and Liability Act) and RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery
  Act. The ROC's support will be at federal facilities and, to
  a limited extent, PRP-lead sites w/in Region 5. The contract
  will require the sucessful offeror to provide support in the
  following areas: (A) RCRA Compliance Activities: 1) Provide
  technical support to EPA in conducting inspection at federal
  facilities; 2) Oversee, in conjunction with EPA, various phases
  of each RCRA corrective action. (B) CERCLA Assessment Support;
  1) Provide technical review of pre-National Priority List Preliminary
  Assessments/Site Inspections; 2) Prepare for EPA review, the
  full Hazardous Ranking System documentation packages; 3) Review
  revisions and information provided by federal agencies to EPA's
  Federal Agency Hazardous Wast Compliance Docket; 4)Preliminary
  assessment support; 5) Site Inspection reviews. (C) Oversight
  Compliance of RI/FS (Remedial Investigations and Feasibility
  Studies) activities; 1) Provide support for treatability studies;
  2) Review or prepare risk assessments; 3) Help monitor and
  oversee remedial RI/FS study activities; 4) Remedial investigation
  report review. (D) RD/RA (Remedial Design and Remedial Action)
  oversight activities: 1) Provide review and comment to EPA
  on detailed design plans and specifications for implementing
  selected remedies; 2) Oversee in conjunction w/EPA the management
  of contruction services for remedy implementation; 3) Provide
  review and comment on shop drawings and proposed change orders;
  4) Provide oversight of removal actions; and, 5) Provide technical
  support to EPA during oversight of post-construction activities.
  (E) General Negotiations Support: 1) Locating and securing
  qualified experts; 2) Support in the preparation of technical
  documentation; 3) Support for Administrative Dispute Resolution;
  4) Support for Alternative Dispute Resolution. (F) Other Technical
  Support: 1) Provide technical support for development and implementation
  of community involvement activities; 2) Technical and community
  involvement support on base closures. (G) Sampling/Analysis
  Support Services: 1) Provide sampling and analytical support;
  2) Provide long term monitoring support; 3) Collect environmental
  samples. (H) UXO (Unexploded Ordinance). 1) UXO detection and
  avoidance support; 2) Saftey escorts for initial site characterizations
  such as PA/SIs, removal assessments, RIs, RFAs, and RFIs; 3)
  Review of proposed UXO cleanup actions on CERCLA removal and
  remedial actions; 4) Provide training on UXO site related activities.
  Offerors should be aware that certain work on federal facilities
  may require their obtaining security clearances. For purposes
  of this procurement, EPA considers an offeror to have significant
  potential for conflict of interest if that offeror holds a
  prime contract or subcontract to provide RAC (Responsible Action
  Contract) services on a federal facility anywhere in the U.S.
  for any other federal agency or department other than the EPA.
  However, due to the significant potential for conflict of interest
  during contract performance, the team subcontractor will be
  prohibited from providing ROC services on any federal facility
  owned or operated by a federal agency or department, other
  than the EPA, which it holds a prime contract or subcontract
  to provide RAC services. A RAC is defined as 'Any written contract
  or agreement to provide any CERCLA removal or remedial action',
  or 'To provide any investigation, evaluation, planning, engineering,
  surveying and mapping, design, construction, or equipment related
  to such response w/respect to any release or threatened release
  of a hazardous substance or pollutant or contaminant from a
  facility, or implement a RCRA corrective action.' Region 5
  anticipates an award date of September 2001. The EPA anticipates
  posting the RFP approximately March 5, 2001. The Region 5 ROC
  solicitation and all information pertaining to the procurement
  will be availiable on the Internet at the Region 5 Webpage,
  'Contracting Opportunities with Region 5'. When downloading
  the solicitiation, please submit a request to Gene H. Jackson,
  Jackson.Gene@epa.gov, including your company name, e-mail address,
  telephone and fax number, business size, and point of contact.
  This will place your firm on the 'Bidders List', which will
  ensure receipt of attachments and information which may not
  be available on the Internet. The EPA WILL NOT ISSUE PAPER
  SOLICIATIONS. The EPA will only e-mail attachments which are
  not a part of the electronic solicitation.   NOTES 1 and
  26 apply. 
LINKURL: http://www.epa.gov/region5
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jackson.gene@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Energy, Rocky Flats Environmental Technology
  Site, 10808 Highway 93, Unit A, Golden, Co 80403-8200
SUBJECT: R--CLASSIFICATION / DECLASSIFICATION SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL DE-RP34-01RF2006
DUE 031501
POC Contact Elaine Nix, 303/966-2054/Contract Specialist, or
  Stephanie McBroom, 303/966-2591/Contract Administrator
DESC: The contractor shall provide technical classification and
  declassification support to review and declassify or sanitize
  historically significant Rocky Flats weapon development R&D
  reports dating back to the early 1950's. The individuals must
  have a "Q" clearance and be certified Derivative Classifiers
  and Derivative Declassifiers. The proposed contract is 100%
  set-aside for small business concerns. The solicitation will
  be available by February 14, 2001. Please submit your request
  for the solicitation in writing to the attention of Ms. Elaine
  Nix at U.S. Department of Energy, Rocky Flats Field Office,
  10808 Highway 93, Unit A, Golden, CO 80403-8200; or by fax
  at (303) 966-5071. "See Numbered Note 1".
EMAILADD: elaine.nix@rf.doe.gov or stephanie.mcbroom@rf.doe.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Contract Administrator via e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Corporation for National Service, Office of Procurement,
  1201 New York Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20525
SUBJECT: R--1-800 HOTLINE, FULFILLMENT, WAREHOUSING-STORAGE,
  AND DISPLAY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SOL HQMCS0101
POC Mary Caldwell, FAX (202) 565-2777
DESC: The Corporation for National and Community Service, a wholly
  owned Government Corporation intends to award a contract to
  qualified vendor to provide 1-8800 Hotline, Fulfillment, Warehousing,
  and Display Management Services in support of the Corporation's
  Recruitment, Selection and Placement, National Service Trust
  and Public Affairs offices. These services will require operation
  of three 1-800 hotlines, two at the contractor's facility and
  one at the Government's facility. A minimum of 5,000 sq. ft
  of warehouse space is required to store Corporation materials
  such as pre-printed documents, forms and display units. It
  is estimated that the period of performance for any contract
  resulting from this announcement will be five years from date
  of contract award, one base year and four (4) 1-year priced
  options. Interested parties must submit a written request for
  a copy of the solicitation to the address in this notice. Fascimile
  request will be accepted. Telephonic requests will not be honored.
  Solicitations will be available on or about March 5, 2001.

EMAILADD: mcaldwel@cns.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center TSD, Code 257, 12350 Research
  Parkway, Orlando FL 32826-3275
SUBJECT: R--SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND CONFIGURATION MGMT MH53 ISEO
  SUPPORT NORFOLK, VA
SOL N61339-01-Q-2005
DUE 010215
POC Brenda Dickson at (407)380-4032
DESC: The Government has a requirement for configuration management
  and systems engineering services in support of current and
  planned modifications to the aircrew training systems for the
  MH-53 Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapons System. The Request
  for proposal will be issued on a sole-source basis to Signal
  Corporation, 466 Bellinger Blvd, SP-381, Room 1017, NAVSTA
  Norfolk, Norfolk, VA. The NAICS Code for this requirement is
  541330 with a dollar threshold of $20M. See Note 22("within
  forty-five days..after date of publication of the synopsis"
  is changed to read "15 Feb 01"). Quote is due 10:00 A.M. (EST)
  on 15 Feb 01 and may be made by FAX to (407)380-4164, ATTN:
  Brenda Dickson. For information concerning this RFQ contact
  Brenda Dickson at (407)380-4032. 
LINKURL: http://www.ntsc.navy.mil/contract/procure/htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: DicksonBJ@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Special Operations Command, Attn: AMSAM-AR-Z-A-K,
  Bldg 401, Lee Blvd., Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5577
SUBJECT: R--CIVILIAN MISSION INSTRUCTOR PILOTS AND SIMULATOR
  INSTRUCTORS, AH/MH-6, MH-60 AND MH-47
SOL USZA95-01-R-0002
DUE 040501
POC Robert S. Blaine, Phone 757-878-5223 x245, fax 757-878-4199
DESC: This modification to CBD submission number 50B9U6, 26 Jan.,
  2001 is to notify prospective offerors that presolicitation
  documents have been posted at the Interactive Business Oppertunities
  Page (IBOP), see URL below. The navigation instructions are
  to go to the home page then select: United States Special OPertions
  Command-Active. The next page will ask you to select an activity
  select: Technology Applications Contracting Office then select
  view by number and click on USZA95-01-R-0002. There is a document
  at that address that contains the DRAFT Statement of Work and
  the Draft Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) structure is at
  the end of the document.
LINKURL: https://abop.monmouth.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  to the TAKO site
EMAILADD: bblaine@tapo.eustis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center TSD, Code 257, 12350 Research
  Parkway, Orlando FL 32826-3275
SUBJECT: R--SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND CONFIGURATION MGMT MH53 ISEO
  SUPPORT NORFOLK VA
SOL N61339-01-Q2005
DUE 010215
POC Brenda Dickson at (407)380-4032
DESC: The purpose of this modification is to incorporate the
  attached Statement of Work into the above referenced Synopsis
  (N61339-01-Q2005):  Statement of Work For Systems Engineering
  and Configuration Management For MH-53 In-Service Engineering
  Office (ISEO)  NAS Norfolk, Virginia  November 27, 2000
    1.0 INTRODUCTION:  1.1 Organization:  Naval Air Warfare
  Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) In-Service Engineering
  Office (ISEO) Bldg. SP-381, Rm. 1017 NAS Norfolk, VA 23511
    1.2 Project Background and Objectives. The Naval Air Warfare
  Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD), In-Service Engineering
  Office (ISEO), NAS Norfolk, Virginia, is the central software
  support facility for MH-53 aircrew trainer systems. In this
  capacity, the ISEO Task Leader is tasked with providing the
  MH-53 training community with the following for structured
  implementation and control of all MH-53 Training Equipment
  Change Requests (TECR) and associated Training Equipment Change
  Directives (TECD).   a. Trainer system updates and modifications
   b. Analysis of design specifications and requirements c.
  Review of Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) d. Configuration
  Management (CM) e. Software Quality Evaluation (SQE)  Existing
  weapon system training assets consist of Operational Flight
  Trainers (OFT) and Airborne Streaming Recovery Module Trainers
  (ASRM) located at Naval Station Norfolk, VA and NAS Corpus
  Christi, TX.  This Statement of Work (SOW) is for configuration
  management and systems engineering services in support of current
  and planned modifications to the aircrew training systems for
  the MH-53 Airborne Mine Countermeasures Weapons System. These
  services shall provide for an orderly ISEO trainer maintenance
  and modification program to ensure that trainer configuration
  and performance requirements are met. The contractor shall
  perform the following tasks at a minimum:  a. Quick response
  and software maintenance modifications b. Software verification
  and validation c. Software quality assurance and maintenance
   d. Configuration control e. Trainer baseline configuration
  management f. Software/documentation library control g. Documentation
  Corrections and Updates  The requirements set forth in this
  SOW are applicable to the following devices:   MH-53 DEVICES
  S/N END ITEM LOCATION  2F141 1 NAS Norfolk, VA 20D17 1 NAS
  Norfolk, VA 20D17 2 NAS Corpus Christi, TX  All software
  developed shall be accurately documented and delivered to the
  Government with unlimited rights. NDI software shall not be
  used unless that software will be delivered to the Government
  with unlimited rights. All prototype software development shall
  normally be accomplished at the ISEO off-line facility, NAS
  Norfolk or trainer facilities. Scheduling use of the ISEO off-line
  facilities and systems shall be coordinated through the ISEO
  Task Leader and may require the contractor to work second or
  third shift. The contractor shall coordinate scheduling the
  training devices for integration and testing of trainer modifications
  via the ISEO Task Leader. In the event of limited availability
  of ISEO development system or trainer system assets, the contractor
  shall make other arrangements so as not to impact the Government's
  implementation cost or schedule.   2.0 TECHNICAL SERVICES
  REQUIRED.  2.1 Task Description.  2.1.1 Scope of Work.
  The contractor shall perform non-personal engineering and configuration
  management technical support services in accordance with this
  Statement of Work (SOW) as shown below.  2.1.1.1 Quick Response
  Modifications and Software Maintenance. The contractor shall
  incorporate the modifications listed below into the trainer
  baselines. Modifications shall meet performance requirements
  as specified in the support documentation (i.e. NATOPS, Flight
  Test Report, TTPRR, TECR, MAF, Aircraft Functional Diagrams,
  etc.), or as specified by the COR and the Fleet Project Team.
  Current formats and standards for programming and documentation
  as applied on the trainers shall be maintained for all modifications.
  All documentation and drawings affected shall be completely
  revised. Magnetic Media copies of all updated documentation
  shall be provided to the Government as complete manuals (change
  pages will not be accepted) with unlimited rights.  The contractor
  at the completion of each modification shall update all ISEO
  databases and tracking systems with final updates provided
  at the completion of this contract. Integration of these modifications
  shall be accomplished concurrently with ongoing trainer engineering
  efforts and shall not impact schedule, cost, or baseline control
  of these efforts.   2F141-L-96046 Rotor System Unresponsive
  to engine w/ brake off 2F141-L-95054 TACAN/VOR Station Fail
  Simulation 2F141-L-95006 Time Settings for Emergency Development
   2F141-L-97003 TACAN Ranging 2F141-L-97017 Modify Hover Page
   2F141-L-96060 Correct modeling of tree canopies 2F141-L-96059
  Correct modeling of water as a hard deck  2.1.1.2 Software
  Verification and Validation. This task shall require the contractor
  to perform verification and validation of previously developed
  computer software on the trainers. Verification shall include
  analysis of existing code and support documents to determine
  accuracy and adequacy of design, implementation, and documentation.
  Verification shall include but not be limited to the following
  areas.  a. Review and verification that the design follows
  established guidelines and is accurately documented b. Verification
  of all algorithms and logic c. Verification of software and
  system interfaces d. Verification of code against requirements
  and specifications. e. Validation of engineering support
  documentation.  This task shall include testing validation
  to ensure that test plans and procedures are accurate. The
  Contractor shall perform this task in accordance with (IAW)
  DOD-STD-2167A, DOD-STD-2168, MIL-STD-1644B, MIL-STD-1521B,
  and other applicable device document. All findings shall be
  documented in the monthly status report. Findings shall include
  recommendation for resolution. All documentation errors shall
  be corrected as part of this contract.   2.1.1.3 Software
  Maintenance. This task shall require the contractor to participate
  in and perform the applicable steps/process of evaluating and
  maintaining approved trainer system software modification baselines.
  This includes analyzing and validating code changes, additions,
  and deletions, and performing software maintenance actions
  on existing software. Software maintenance requiring modification
  to the trainer baselines shall be integrated and completely
  documented. Requirements of paragraph 2.1.1.1 above apply.
  All modifications and updates shall be completed seamlessly
  with ongoing engineering efforts. The contractor shall not
  impact the cost or schedule of these efforts. The contractor
  shall perform this task IAW NAVTRASYSCEN instruction 4720.1L,
  MIL-STD-2167A, or other applicable documents.  2.1.1.4 Software,
  Hardware and Documentation Baseline Configuration Management.
  This task shall require the contractor to perform day-to-day
  software/hardware/documentation baseline configuration management
  functions of the trainer systems. This shall include the identification
  of Configuration Items (CIs) and establishing and maintaining
  CI baselines; performing configuration control and status accounting;
  analyzing and making recommendations on change proposals. The
  contractor shall utilize existing ISEO trainer baseline databases
  for these tasks. The databases are on the Local Area Network
  and consist of software, hardware and documentation baseline
  information for each trainer. The contractor shall generate
  reports, as specified for all trainer baselines. These procedures
  shall be followed during all aspects of trainer life cycle
  support. The ISEO assets are used for configuration control
  and tracking of multiple weapon systems trainers and access
  to the information residing on this system is required at all
  times. Therefore, the contractors maintenance and updates to
  these baselines shall not impact other use of or data residing
  on this system. The contractor shall produce a monthly CM report.
  These reports shall remain on file in a logbook at NAS Norfolk
  for periodical ISEO Task Leader review. The report will list
  all requirements, accomplishments, status, and outstanding
  requirements for each MH-53 training device, milestones and
  Training Equipment Change Directives (TECDs). The contractor
  shall be responsible for implementation of configuration management
  procedures in accordance with DOD-STD-480A, MIL-STD-483, MIL-STD-482,
  and MIL-STD-1521A.  2.1.1.5 Software Documentation Library.
  The contractor shall review technical documentation and maintain
  a documentation baseline for the MH-53 devices. Documentation
  changes will be validated for all modifications or updates
  that are completed on the training devices. Supporting documentation
  will be prepared and maintained which may be required to implement
  the Training Equipment Change Request. The contractor shall
  catalog the documentation and operate and maintain a documentation
  management system. Reproducible copies of the software baseline
  documentation shall be obtained for inclusion in the library.
  The contractor shall perform this task IAW NAVTRASYSCENINST
  4000.22D and the ISEO Procedures Manual. The contractor shall
  develop and deliver a catalog of all applicable documentation
  on site at the NAVAIRWARCENTRASYSDIV ISEO, Norfolk at the time
  of award and all documentation received during the period of
  performance of this delivery order. The catalog shall include
  the following for each document:  a. Applicable device b.
  Document Title c. NTSC Contract No. d. CDRL Sequence No.
   e. Document No. (Generally an NTSC 'P' number but could be
  a contractor number or vendor number) f. Brief description
  of document contents g. Applicable Data Item Description (DID)
   h. Revision Level and Data  The catalog of all documentation
  on-site shall be developed and maintained using the ISEO, Norfolk
  Configuration Management System. Requirements for access and
  data integrity as stated in paragraph 2.1.1.4 apply. Access
  to this system shall be coordinated with the ISEO Task Lead.
  The catalog database shall be delivered on applicable magnetic
  media (e.g. 3.5-inch floppy diskettes, CD ROM) and be fully
  documented in its use for updating, adding and retrieving information.
  The building and shelving necessary for the library will be
  Government furnished. The software documentation library will
  be an on-going project in support of the stated devices. 
     2.1.1.6 Documentation Updates. The contractor shall provide
  non-personal data transcribing/entry and associated word processing
  services in support of updating documentation on all MH-53
  trainers. This shall include data transcribing/entry and word
  processing on documentation scanning; preparation of documentation
  ISEO developmental computer programs; and assistance in the
  preparation of configuration management reports. Updates to
  trainer documentation shall be delivered as complete revisions.
  All documentation shall be provided in MS Word format. Drawings
  shall be provided in AutoCAD format.    2.2 Expertise.
   2.2.1 ADP/Telecommunication Skills.  Expertise adequate
  to properly analyze, troubleshoot, and correct communication
  errors in real-time computer systems environments is required.
    2.2.2 Special Skills.   Education and expertise specifically
  in Aviation Management and high level math is required due
  to the nature and type of work.  The contractor shall provide
  personnel proficient in Novell and Windows NT LAN systems,
  Encore systems, Silicon Graphics systems, Sun Microsystems
  systems, and Harris/Concurrent systems.  2.2.3 Functional
  Skills. Contractor personnel shall have a minimum of 10 years
  experience in configuration management of trainer software,
  MH-53 aircraft systems operation and performance characteristics,
  and MH-53E Operational Flight Trainer systems and subsystems.
  Additionally, the contractor shall have experience in developing
  functional requirements and analysis of complex simulation
  systems is required. Experience/knowledge in MH-53 aircraft
  systems operation, performance characteristics, and it's application
  in the simulation environment is required.  2.2.4 Computer
  Hardware/Software Languages. Contractor personnel shall have
  a minimum of 10 years experience in flight simulator system,
  computer hardware and software environments, as well as experience
  in maintaining systems listed in this SOW. Expertise in Assembly,
  ADA, C, C++ and ForTran programming languages is required.
  Expertise in Concurrent NightHawk computer systems, SGI computer
  systems, VMIC interface systems, Honeywell Aural/Vib Systems,
  Honeywell control loading systems, Sun computer systems, and
  E&S PT2000 visual systems is required. Expertise is also required
  in CX/UX, IRIX, SUN OS, Solaris, UNIX, MPX and MSDOS operating
  systems.   2.3 Unique Services  2.3.1 Travel and Per Diem.
  Expected travel to accomplish requirements is as follows:
   - No travel anticipated.  3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED RESOURCES.
    3.1 Facilities, Supplies and Services. The Government will
  provide workspaces, computer access, and computer-related supplies,
  as available, associated with task performance. All services
  shall be accomplished at the ISEO development facility or trainer
  site.  3.2 Information Sources. The Government will provide
  access to the information that is required for the office automation
  system, as applicable to each training system for use in the
  performance of this delivery order. The contractor will be
  given reasonable access to Government Subject Matter Experts
  (SMEs) and facilities in order to accomplish the tasks outlined
  in this SOW.  3.3 Documentation. The Government will provide
  all standard documentation and reference materials.   
  4.0 ADMINISTRATIVE CONSIDERATIONS.  4.1 Points of Contact.
    4.1.1 Government Project Manager (GPM): Mr. Brian Thomas
  (Code 11A6) (407) 380-4707   4.1.2 Contracting Officer's
  Representative (COR): Mr. Michael W. Trapkin (757) 445-1025
    4.1.3 Alternate Contracting Officer's Representative (ACOR):
   Mr. Ted Miller (757) 444-1822  4.2 Place of Performance.
  The work required by this SOW shall be completed at the NAWCTSD
  ISEO, Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia or NAS Corpus Christi,
  TX as applicable. Access to the Government facilities shall
  be coordinated with the ISEO Task Leader.  4.3 Hours of Work.
    4.3.1 The Government facility is available for contractor
  performance during normal working hours 0800 to 1700 weekdays,
  except Federal holidays.  4.3.2 Overtime may be required
  to perform the tasks in this SOW. All overtime will be approved
  by the COR or ACOR prior to task commencement.  4.4 Duration
  of Task. From January 1, 2001 through September 30, 2001.
   4.5 Security and Privacy.  4.5.1 Clearance. All personnel
  assigned to work on-site at the NAVAIRWARCENTRASYSDIV ISEO
  NAS Norfolk, shall require a SECRET clearance. Specific address
  to send security clearances shall be coordinated with the ISEO
  Task Leader.  4.5.2 Privacy Act. N/A.   5.0 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.
    5.1 General/Miscellaneous. The contractor shall provide
  total task supervision.  5.2 Unique Reporting Requirements.
    Contractor's Progress, Status, and Management Report: The
  contractor shall provide monthly status reports IAW the contract
  to include the status of software maintenance/CM items/tasks/TECPs
  in process and completed, planned progress for the following
  month, and problems encountered by the contractor which impact
  the SOW or funding expenditures for this deliver order. 
  Training Equipment Change Directives: The contractor shall
  prepare TECDs IAW NTSC Bulletin 40.2C or subsequent revision
  levels.  5.3 Liquidated Damages. N/A.   6.0 INSTRUCTIONS
  AND DEVICE PUBLICATIONS. The following instructions and device
  publications are necessary to perform the tasks listed in this
  SOW. A copy of this documentation is maintained at the ISEO,
  NAS Norfolk, Virginia, and is available to the contractor upon
  request. Additional, documentation may be required and is the
  responsibility of the contractor to provide. Additional documentation
  not listed below may be available on site.  6.1 INSTRUCTIONS/BULLETINS
    NTSCINST 4720.1L - Field Requests for Changes to Training
  Devices   NTSCBULLETIN 40.2C - Preparation of Training Equipment
   Change Directives  6.2 MH-53E Device Publications  - Software
  Design Document for the MH-53E devices - Math Model Report
  for the MH-53E devices - Computer Programming Report for the
  MH-53E devices - Planned Maintenance System (PMS) Documentation
  for the MH-53E devices - Training Device Inventory Record
  for the MH-53E devices - Trainer Design Report for the MH-53E
  devices - Trainer Technical Documentation for the MH-53E devices
   - ISEO CM Procedures Manual 
LINKURL: http://www.ntsc.navy.mil/contract/procure/htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: DicksonBJ@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of
  Procurement and Contracts (OPC), Administrative Support Division,
  NCA, 451 Seventh Street, S.W., Room 5256, Washington, DC, 20410
SUBJECT: R--SENIOR ELECTRONIC LIBRARIAN
SOL AMS10000045
DUE 021501
POC Catherine Pinkney, Purchasing Agent, Phone 202-708-1772 x7125,
  Fax 202-708-2933, Email Catherine_B._Pinkney@hud.gov - Amelia
  McCormick, Support Branch Chief, Admin Support Div, Phone 202-708-1772
  x7127, Fax 202-708-2933, Email Amelia_E._McCormick@hud.gov
DESC: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
  is seeking a Senior Librarian to assist management in maintaining
  and enhancing current operating procedures for the Multimedia
  Library that will catalog audio/video tapes, still photographs,
  press releases, speeches, quotes and newspaper clippings. The
  requirement will be solicited under the Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures (open to small business concerns only) on or about
  February 15, 2001. All request for the solicitation are to
  be faxed on company letterhead to (202) 708-2933, attention
  Catherine Pinkney. No telephone or-mail request will be excepted.
  HUD post all required notices of its contracting opportunities
  on its Internet Home Page Contracting Opportunities site. Potential
  offerors who download copies of solicitations may automatically
  receive e-mailed notification concerning issued amendments
  to the applicable solicitation. HUD currently is using a new
  Electronic Source List (ESL) service. By using this free service,
  offerors will be able to register for e-mail notifications
  whenever amendments are made to a specific solicitation that
  has been downloaded. The list of sources who have registered
  will be posted to this site. If, you are interested in subcontracting
  opportunities you will be able to view the list and contact
  the registered sources to market your services. The solicitations
  identified as ESL available; offer this free service. To receive
  these notifications, offerors must click on the link for e-mail
  notification where prompted in the RFQ announcement on the
  HUD web. Offerors are advised to check the web page frequently
  to see if HUD has issued any amendments to the solicitation
  that has been downloaded. All amendments will be posted to
  and may be downloaded from the HUD web site at http://www.hud.gov/cts/ctsoprty.html.
  NOTE: The solicitation will not be issued or posted on the
  web until on or about February 15, 2001.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=AMS10000045&L=3046
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Catherine_B._Pinkney@hud.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3U1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: The Presidio Trust, Attention: Lela Chisolm, PO Box 29052,
  Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94129-0052
SUBJECT: R--LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTING SERVICES
SOL RFQ-2001-020
POC Barbara D. Helphrey, (415) 561-5098
DESC: The Presidio Trust, a Federal government corporation, is
  soliciting Statements of Qualifications from qualified firms
  to perform landscape architectural consulting services at the
  Presidio of San Francisco on an as-needed basis. The Presidio
  is a National Park and a National Historic Landmark. Scope
  of services may include but is not limited to site analysis
  of existing resources of landscapes at both individual buildings
  and clusters, including historic plant inventory; schematic
  and design development phases of landscape development; and
  final construction documents (plans, specifications, and estimates)
  using Presidio Trust standard formats. Minimum requirements
  include State of California Landscape Architect License; and
  experience working in park environments. The Trust anticipates
  awarding a task-order-based contract with a base term plus
  option years. Submittals will be evaluated based upon criteria
  set forth in the Request for Qualifications (RFQ), including
  but not limited to: (a) specialized experience in performing
  work in park environments, open space and urban areas, and
  working with cultural landscapes in a historical district;
  (b) record of past performance; (c) key personnel; and (d)
  proposed fee schedule. Interested, qualified firms may request
  "RFQ-2001-020" by fax to Barbara Helphrey, Contracting Officer
  at (415) 561-5303 or email contracts@presidiotrust.gov. Requests
  must be received NLT February 23, 2001. Telephone requests
  will not be accepted. RFQ available approximately February
  28, 2001; closing date as stated in the RFQ. DATES ARE TENTATIVE
  AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. This procurement is set aside for competition
  among Small Business Concerns qualified under the criteria
  and size standards in 13 CFR 121 for NAICS Code 541320 ($5
  million). The Presidio Trust is a wholly owned federal government
  corporation and is not subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR).
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (fcp), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Atlantic, 300 East Main Street, Suite 965, Norfolk, VA, 23510-9113
SUBJECT: R--AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICES
SOL DTCG84-01-R-AA5004
DUE 031601
POC Karen McElheney, Contract Specialist, Phone 757-628-4824,
  Fax 757-628-4134, Email KMcelheney@mlca.uscg.mil - Marie Gilliam,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 757-628-4108, Fax 757-628-4134,
  Email mgilliam@mlca.uscg.mil
DESC: The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), Maintenance and Logistics
  Command Atlantic (MLCLANT), Norfolk, VA is procuring Air Traffic
  Control Tower services at the Coast Guard Support Center Elizabeth
  City, NC. The contractor shall furnish all personnel, management,
  supervision, equipment, supplies, material, transportation
  and other items and services necessary to provide air traffic
  control tower service. A firm-fixed price contract is anticipated.
  The period of performance is a base period beginning 1 April
  2001 through 30 September 2001, with four one year option periods,
  if exercised by the Government. This requirement is solicited
  in accordance with FAR Subpart 6.2, Full and Open Competition
  After Exclusion of Sources, 100% set-aside for small business
  concerns. The NAICS code is 488111. The size standard is $5.0.
  million. For the calculation of annual receipts and number
  of employees see parts 121.104 and 121.106 in SMA_s Small Business
  Size Regulations: http://www.sba.gov/regulations/121/. The
  Government will award a contract to a responsible offeror whose
  offer conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous
  to the Government, past performance and price considered. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered
  by this agency. The solicitation package shall be available
  electronically by accessing: http://www.uscg.mil/mlclant/fdiv/fdiv.htm
  on or about 15 February 2001 with a closing date for receipt
  of offers on 16 March 2001. Reference Request for Proposal
  (RFP) Number DTCG84-01-R-AA5004. No paper copies will be distributed.
  Amendments to the solicitation will also be provided on the
  internet using the same protocol listed above. If you have
  any questions regarding the solicitation, you may contact Karen
  A. McElheney, Contract Specialist by e-mail: kmcelheney@mlca.uscg.mil.
  ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned and Disadvantaged Business
  Enterprises (DBEs). The Department of Transportation (DOT),
  Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing
  in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable
  for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit
  is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For further information,
  call (800) 532-1169. Internet address: http://Osdbuweb.dot.gov.
  Number Notes 1 and 26 applies.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTCG84-01-R-AA5004&L=496
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: KMcelheney@mlca.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C406)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes
  of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 6001 Executive
  Blvd, Rm 3105 (MSC 9543), Bethesda, MD, 20892-9543
SUBJECT: R--CLINICAL TRIALS NETWORK ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT CENTER
SOL Reference-Number-2201
DUE 021401
POC John Hamill, Chief Contracting Officer, NIDA, Phone (301)
  443-6677, Fax (301) 443-7595, Email jh148m@nih.gov
DESC: The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is seeking
  information in the form of capability statements from interested
  Small Businesses (NAICS Code 541611, small business size standard
  is $5 million) on a potential project for a Clinical Trials
  Network Administrative Support Center. The project is to provide
  resources to support the newly established Clinical Trials
  Network (CTN) Office. In an effort to dramatically improve
  drug abuse treatment throughout the country, NIDA established
  the CTN in September 1999 with the award of five Regional Research
  and Training Centers (RRTCs). To date a total of 14 RRTCs has
  been awarded nationwide. Each RRTC is affiliated with 5-8 Community-based
  Treatment Programs (CTPs). Multi-site clinical trials will
  be performed in these CTPs. This contract is to support the
  CTN Office in designing, implementing, and managing clinical
  trials to evaluate the effective pharmacological and behavioral
  therapies. The Contractor shall assist in protocol development,
  regulatory affairs, clinical trials monitoring, project management
  and other professional and technical support. No actual clinical
  or laboratory studies will be conducted under this contract.
  Organizations should demonstrate capability to administer and
  coordinate the interrelated tasks in an effective and timely
  manner. Documentation may include, but not be limited to, contracts
  both government and commercial that the organization has performed,
  references, i.e., names, titles, telephone numbers and any
  other information which would serve to document the organizations
  capability, e.g. awards, commendations, etc. This is not a
  request for proposals. This notice is for information purposes
  only and does not commit the Government to any contractual
  agreement. Any proprietary information should be so marked.
  Interested organizations submitting a capability statement
  in response to this sources sought announcement are required
  to identify their size status and submit two copies of the
  capabilities statement. Written capability statements must
  be submitted no later than February 14, 2001 to NIDA, Contracts
  Management Branch. See Note 25.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=Reference-Number-2201&L=3067
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jh148m@nih.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3R7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: R--PROVIDE ON-SITE NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND WEBSITE DESIGN
  AND MAINTENANCE MONTEREY, CA
SOL WASC-1-474
DUE 022301
POC Randall Brown (206) 526-6226 fax (206) 526-6025
DESC: Provide network management and website design/maintenance
   services for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Work
  will be based in Monterey, CA at on-site at Government location.
  Due to the nature of the services, it is expected that award
  will be made to a local source in Monterey area to reduce
  travel costs. This is a 100% small business set-aside, responses
  will not be accepted from large businesses.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C409)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Commander, Southern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering
  Command, 2155 Eagle Drive, P. O. Box 190010, North Charleston,
  SC 29419-9010
SUBJECT: S--OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WASTEWATER TREATMENT
  AT SHORT STAY, MONCKS CORNER, SC 
SOL N62467-01-B-8283
DUE 032201
POC Barbara Powell, Contract Specialist (843) 764-4112 ext. 3039
DESC: Operation, Maintenance and repair of the potable water
  system, wastewater treatment facility, septic tanks and performing
  testing of the swimming beach at Short Stay in Moncks Corner,
  SC. SIC #4953. Estimated between $250,000.00 to $500,000.00.
  This procurement is small business set-aside. Contract will
  be for one year with possiblity of four options. Contractor
  must be registered in Central Contractor Registration in accordance
  with FAR 52.232-22; Contractors not registered will not be
  considered. The contractor shall furnish all labor, supervision,
  tools, incidental materials and equipment, chemicals, transportation,
  and management necessary for the operation, maintenance, and
  repair of the potable water system, wastewater treatment facilities,
  and facilities listed in Appendix A (This will be included
  in specification package) in accordance with Navy, state and
  federal regulations. The contractor will perform recurring
  work to repair the potable water system and wastewater treatment
  plant and system. The contractor will also perform testing
  of the lake water and the swimming beach in order to maintain
  compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.   
LINKURL: www.arnet.gov/far
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: powellba@efdsouth.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C300)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, 2174 13 1/2 St, Fort Campbell,
  Ky 42223-5358
SUBJECT: S--INSPECTION, TESTING, PAINTING, ASSESSMENT & REPAIR
  OF GROUNDING SYSTEMS AT CAMPBELL ARMY AIRFIELD
SOL DAKF23-01-R-0203
DUE 031401
POC Contract Specialist, Angela Jacobs, 270-798-0694
DESC: 17. Inspection, testing, painting, assessment & repair
  of Grounding Systems at Campbell Army Airfield, Fort Campbell,
  Kentucky. This is a firm fixed price requirement contract with
  time and material line items. Contract period for base year
  will be 12 months with four (4) option periods. Contractor
  or his Inspector/Supervisor must have a minimum of three (3)
  years experience in inspection & testing, painting, assessment,
  & repair of Grounding System. Contractor shall be responsible
  for furnishing all labor and materials, equipment for inspection,
  painting, and assessment & repair of Grounding System (Mooring
  Devices). Contractor shall inspect conditions of all expansion
  joints, filler stripes and shall paint taxi line, mooring devices,
  space lines, letters, etc., as required. Contractor shall be
  required to perform unscheduled maintenance, scheduled maintenance,
  and preventative maintenance. This acquisition is 100% setaside
  for small business concerns. NAICS 811310/$5 Million. For the
  purpose of determining small business size, the average annual
  receipts of a concern and its affiliates for the preceding
  three fiscal years must not have exceeded $5 million. Fort
  Campbell is using the internet for advertising and issuing
  solicitation. Solicitation packages may be downloaded from
  Directorate of Contracting's Home Page in the Adobe Portable
  Document Format (PDF). Free copies of the Adobe Acrobat Reader
  to view and/or print the solicitation may be obtained at www.adobe.com/proindex/acrobat/readstep/html.
  Copies of the solicitation can be obtained at Directorate of
  Contracting's Home Page www.campbell-doc.army.mil. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal which will be considered by this
  Agency.See Numbered Note(s) 1.
LINKURL: http://www.campbell-doc.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jacobsa@emh2.campbell.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C307)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: USPFO for California, Contracting Office, PO Box 8104,
  San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8104
SUBJECT: S--FOR ISSUE AND CLEANING OF COVERALLS ON A WEEKLY BASIS
SOL DAHA04-01-T-8018
DUE 022001
POC Debra E. Fugate , 805-594-6295
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation.
  Solicitation Number DAHA04-04-01-T-8018 is as a Request for
  Quotation. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-11. FAR Clauses/Provisions 52.203-3 Gratuities,
  52.212-1 Instructions to offerors-CommercialItems, 52.212-4
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, 52.212-5 Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive
  Orders- Commercial Items (incorporating FAR 52.222.35 Affirmative
  Action for Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans, 52.222-36
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers, 52.222-37 Employment
  Reports on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam
  Era, 52.225-3 Buy American Act-Supplies, 52.225-21. offerors
  responding to this announcement must provide the information
  contained in 52.212-1, Instruction to Offerors- Commercial
  Items and must include a completed copy of provision 52.212-3,
  Offeror Represntations and Certifications-Commercial Items.
  The offeror is required to register on-line in the Central
  Contractor Registry (CCR) in accordance with DFARS clause 204.7303
  Procedures at http://www.ccr2000.com the offeror should also
  provide its Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code, Contractor
  Establishment code (DUNS number) and Tax Identification Number.
  Offeror must be set up for Electronic Funds Transfer payment.
  If a change occurs in this requirement after closing, only
  those offerors that respond to this announcement within the
  required time frame will be provided any changes/amendments
  and considered for future discussions and/or award. This is
  for a contract for issue and cleaning of coveralls on a weekly
  basis. Contractor will provide initial issue of coveralls along
  with a weekly pick up, and exchange of clean serviceable coveralls.
  Route service would include all (37) of California Army National
  Guard Maintenance Shops. This will be for a total of (232)
  employees to be issued (2) sets of coveralls each for a total
  of 464 coveralls. Each Maintenance Shop location will co-ordinate
  with the contractor for pick up and delivery schedules. Contractor
  will provide serviceable coveralls when issued sets become
  "unserviceable". Award will be based on lowest price. Payment
  will be on a monthly basis (one-invoice). One contract award
  for entire State. Contract is for the period of 03/01/01 thru
  09/30/01. Environmental fees to be included for (37) locations
  with bid. Offers are due by 10:00 a.m. on 2/20/01 by mail or
  fax. Mail to Contracting Officer, USPFO for California, Attn:
  Debbie Fugate, Bldg#633, Hwy #1, Camp San Luis Obispo, CA 93401.
  Point of contact for information reqarding this requirement
  is Ms. Debra Fugate, 805-594-6295, FAX # 805-594-6348. Simplified
  Acquistion Procedures will be utilized. 
EMAILADD: debbie.fugate@js.ca.ngb.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C313)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 3rd
  Contracting Squadron, 10480 22nd Street, Elmendorf AFB, AK,
  99506-2500
SUBJECT: S--CABLE TELEVISION SERVICE TO ELMENDORF AFB, AK
SOL F56601-00-Q-0126
DUE 020501
POC John Bodus, Contract Administrator, Phone 907-552-5459, Fax
  907-552-7496, Email john.bodus@elmendorf.af.mil - Leslie Krawczyk,
  Contract Administrator, Phone 907-552-7750, Fax 907-552-7496,
  Email
DESC: S-The contractor shall furnish all management, supervision,
  personnel, equipment/facilities except those specified as government
  furnished in the Statement of Work (SOW), supplies, materials,
  transportation, and services necessary to provide cable television
  service in Government facilities at Elmendorf AFB, AK. At a
  minimum, the contractor is expected to provide local television
  stations: ABC, FOX, NBC, PBS, CBS, UPN, plus two additional
  local channels. In addition, the contractor shall provide TNT,
  CNN, Discovery Channel, Outdoor Life Network, MSNBC, Sci-Fi
  Channel, USA, Headline News, AMC, A&E, History Channel, Learning
  Channel, Lifetime, Nickelodeon, FOX Family Channel, Disney
  Channel, Toon Disney, Cartoon Network, Home & Garden, Food
  Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, FOX Sports Net NW, BET,
  CMT, TNN, VH-1, MTV, Weather Channel Health Network, C-SPAN,
  FOX News Channel, E!, Comedy Central, FX, and one premium movie
  channel (HBO Family). System shall include a Government access
  channel, two educational access channels, and an emergency
  override capability. The Government Access Channel is provided
  for the sole use of the Government installation and shall be
  designated and constructed to permit the Government to originate
  programming from facilities located on the base. The two educational
  access channels shall be designated for noncommercial use by
  the Installation Commander, and be designed and constructed
  to permit origination of programming from contractor selected
  facilities with cooperation from the Anchorage School District
  and the University of Alaska. The emergency override capability
  shall allow the Installation Commander to, at any time, simultaneously
  interrupt all channels on the cable system with a live, recorded
  voice, or other audio signal message. The duration of the contract
  will be one (1) base and four (4) option years not to exceed
  five (5) years. The SIC code is 4841. This is an unrestricted
  acquisition. It is anticipated that a Request for Quote (RFQ)
  will be issued on or about 06 Feb 01. The solicitation closing
  date is on or about 06 Mar 01. While on the internet, please
  complete the Central Contractor Registration (CCR). This is
  a requirement prior to award of any contract. Additional information
  on registration is available at 1-888-227-2423.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F56601-00-Q-0126&L=641
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: john.bodus@elmendorf.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C322)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: DA, Tulsa District, Corps of Engineers, 1645 South 101st
  East Avenue, Attn: CESWT-CT, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609
SUBJECT: S--CLEANING SERVICES, FORT SUPPLY LAKE, OKLAHOMA
SOL DACW56-01-B-1014
DUE 032001
POC Ms. Tammy Moreno, Contract Specialist, 918/669-7270, Technical
  Point of Contact, Ms. Cathey Williams, 918/669-7383
DESC: Cleaning of park facilities such as toilets, picnic/camping
  sites, and groundskeeping at Fort Supply Lake, Oklahoma. Plans
  and specifications will be available on or about February 15,
  2001, and will be provided in a printed hard copy format free
  of charge. Requests for plans and specifications MUST BE MADE
  IN WRITING to the Contracting Division, Tulsa District, Corps
  of Engineers, 1645 S. 101st East Ave, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609;
  by fax at 918-669-7495; or via our Internet home page. No phone
  calls to order please. All orders will be mailed via first
  class mail. Requests for special handling (Fed-X, etc.) will
  not be honored. Contracting information (current solicitations,
  bid results, and contract awards) is available on the Tulsa
  District home page at www.swt.usace.army.mil. You may register
  to receive solicitation documents, and view/print planholders
  lists via the home page. See Note(s): 1, 26.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: DA, Tulsa District, Corps of Engineers, 1645 South 101st
  East Avenue, Attn: CESWT-CT, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609
SUBJECT: S--MOWING SERVICES, HUGO LAKE, OKLAHOMA
SOL DACW56-01-B-1013
DUE 032001
POC Ms. Tammy Moreno, Contract Specialist, 918/669-7270, Technical
  Point of Contact, Ms. Cathey Williams, 918/669-7383
DESC: Mowing services to include mowing, trimming, and edging
  of public use areas, the dam embankment, project office complex,
  and other project lands at Hugo Lake, Oklahoma. Plans and specifications
  will be available on or about February 15, 2001, and will be
  provided in a printed hard copy format free of charge. Requests
  for plans and specifications MUST BE MADE IN WRITING to the
  Contracting Division, Tulsa District, Corps of Engineers, 1645
  S. 101st East Ave, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609; by fax at 918-669-7495;
  or via our Internet home page. No phone calls to order please.
  All orders will be mailed via first class mail. Requests for
  special handling (Fed-X, etc.) will not be honored. Contracting
  information (current solicitations, bid results, and contract
  awards) is available on the Tulsa District home page at www.swt.usace.army.mil.
  You may register to receive solicitation documents, and view/print
  planholders lists via the home page. See Note(s): 1, 26. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: DA, Tulsa District, Corps of Engineers, 1645 South 101st
  East Avenue, Attn: CESWT-CT, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609
SUBJECT: S--PARK CLEANING SERVICES, CANTON LAKE, OKLAHOMA
SOL DACW56-01-B-1015
DUE 032201
POC Ms. Tammy Moreno, Contract Specialist, 918/669-7270, Technical
  Point of Contact, Ms. Cathey Williams, 918/669-7383
DESC: The work required under this specification provides for
  the cleaning of park facilities such as toilets, picnic/camping
  sites, and groundskeeping at Canton Lake, Oklahoma. Plans and
  specifications will be available on or about February 15, 2001,
  and will be provided in a printed hard copy format free of
  charge. Requests for plans and specifications MUST BE MADE
  IN WRITING to the Contracting Division, Tulsa District, Corps
  of Engineers, 1645 S. 101st East Ave, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609;
  by fax at 918-669-7495; or via our Internet home page. No phone
  calls to order please. All orders will be mailed via first
  class mail. Requests for special handling (Fed-X, etc.) will
  not be honored. Contracting information (current solicitations,
  bid results, and contract awards) is available on the Tulsa
  District home page at www.swt.usace.army.mil. You may register
  to receive solicitation documents, and view/print planholders
  lists via the home page. See Note(s): 1, 26. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3K1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: DA, Tulsa District, Corps of Engineers, 1645 South 101st
  East Avenue, Attn: CESWT-CT, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609
SUBJECT: S--MOWING SERVICES, CANTON LAKE, OKLAHOMA
SOL DACW56-01-B-1012
DUE 032201
POC Ms. Tammy Moreno, Contract Specialist, 918/669-7270, Technical
  Point of Contact, Ms. Cathey Williams, 918/669-7383
DESC: The work required under this specification provides for
  the mowing, trimming, and edging of public use areas, the dam
  embankment, and other project lands at Canton Lake, Oklahoma.
  Plans and specifications will be available on or about February
  15, 2001, and will be provided in a printed hard copy format
  free of charge. Requests for plans and specifications MUST
  BE MADE IN WRITING to the Contracting Division, Tulsa District,
  Corps of Engineers, 1645 S. 101st East Ave, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609;
  by fax at 918-669-7495; or via our Internet home page. No phone
  calls to order please. All orders will be mailed via first
  class mail. Requests for special handling (Fed-X, etc.) will
  not be honored. Contracting information (current solicitations,
  bid results, and contract awards) is available on the Tulsa
  District home page at www.swt.usace.army.mil. You may register
  to receive solicitation documents, and view/print planholders
  lists via the home page. See Note(s): 1, 26.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3K6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Directorate of Contract, P.O.
  Drawer 3918, Fort Polk, Louisiana 71459-0918
SUBJECT: S--PROVIDE REPAIR AND SERVICE FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
  AT FORT POLK, LOUISIANA
SOL DAKF24-01-B-0002
DUE 022801
POC Contract Specialist, Greta J. Keller, (337) 531-0906, Contracting
  Officer, Peggy M. Tuck (337) 531-0902
DESC: Provide all parts, labor, transportation, facilities, and
  materials for the recharge and repair of Government owned fire
  extinguishers, to include the repair, adjust, recharge, and
  hydrostatic testing at Fort Polk, LA. The Government is contemplating
  a firm-fixed price requirements type contract. Proposed contract
  will have a twelve-month Base Period and one twelve-month Option
  Period. SIC code for this project is 7389. The NAICS code is
  56199. Business Size Standard is $5.0 million. When requesting
  the solicitation, please provide Business size, Commercial
  and Government Entity (CAGE) Code Number, and Dun and Bradstreet
  (DUNS) Number. The proposed contract is 100% set-aside for
  small business concerns. Requests for copies of solicitation
  must be in writing and submitted by letter, e-mail, or FAX
  (337) 531-2200. Telephonic requests for solicitations will
  not be honored.
EMAILADD: kellerg@polk-emh2.army.mil or tuckp@polk-emh2.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  Contracting Officer via e-mail.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Defense Commissary Agency, Contract Management Business
  Unit, 1300 E Avenue, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1800
SUBJECT: S--UTILITIES AND HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES
SOL DECA08-01-R-0005
DUE 033001
POC Fay Thompson, (804) 734-8031
DESC: Furnished all necessary supervision, personnel, equipment
  and supplies to perform shelf stocking, custodial, and receving/storage/holding
  ares services for the Defense Commissary Agency (DECA), Hanscom
  AFB Commissary store located in Bedford, Massachusetts in accordance
  with the Government's Performance Work Statement (PWS). The
  base period is June 1, 2001 through May 31, 2002 and includes
  four (4) one-year option periods. This procurement is a 100%
  set-aside for small business firms. The North American Industry
  Classification System (NAICS) number is 561990 and the business
  size standard is 5.0 million. Request for information concerning
  the current/previous contractor performing these services at
  this location should be address in writing to the Defense Commissary
  Agency, FOIA Officer, 1300 E Avenue, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1800.
  Current contract information my also be obtained via the internet
  by visiting DECA's website www.commissaries.com. This solicitation
  is scheduled to be issued on or about February 26, 2001 with
  a tentative closing date on or about March 30, 2001. All request
  for a copy of this solicitation must be in writing and contain
  thr requestor's name, business size, address, phone number,
  fax number (if available), solicitation number and addressed
  to the Defense Commissary Agency, Contract Management Business
  Unit (CBU/RAV), 1300 E Avenue, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1800. Fax
  request will be accepted at (804) 734-8209 or email via thompsfa@hqlee.deca.milSee
  Numbered Note(s) 1.*****
EMAILADD: thompsfa@hqlee.deca.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: S--TRASH RUBBISH AND GARBAGE REMOVAL @ TIOGA HAMMOND/COWANESQUE
  LAKE PROJECT, TIOGA, PA
SOL DACW31-01-T-0027
DUE 020901
POC Gloria Frost @ 410-962-3534
DESC: S--Furnish all labor, material and equipment necessary
  to collect, transport and dispose of trash, rubbish and garbage
  at the public use and administrative areas for the U.S. Army
  Corps of Engineers located at the Tioga Hammond/Cowanesque
  Lakes as per the designated schedule in the request for quotations.
  The services are for one base year and one option year which
  begin, February 22, 2001 through February 21, 2003. Request
  for the solicitation document should be made in writing to
  Gloria Frost, Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps
  of Engineers, Attn: CENAB-CT-O, P.O. Box 1715, Baltimore, Maryland
  21203-1715 or by fax to 410-962-0933, Attn: Gloria Frost no
  later than February 08, 2001 of the listing of this synopsis
  in the CBD. No phone requests will be accepted. Issuance on
  or before January 31, 2001; Opening February 09, 2001. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered
  by the agency. All quoters must be Central Contractor Registration.

LINKURL: http://www.ebs.nab.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Gloria.Frost@nab02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: S--TRASH RUBBISH AND GARBAGE REMOVAL @ TIOGA HAMMOND/COWANESQUE
  LAKE
SOL DACW31-01-T-0027
DUE 020901
POC Gloria Frost@410-962-3534
DESC: Correction: This requirement was originally publicized
  in the CBD dated January 31, 2001 is changed to add that all
  responsible sources can download a copy of the bid package
  at http://www.ebs.nab.usace.army.mil/ in lieu of requesting
  the solicitation by fax. See Numbered Note 22 (except change
  the forty-five (45) days to fifteen (15). All other information
  provided in the original synopsis is correct. 
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Gloria.Frost@nab02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Y1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: U--GCCS-M/C41 SYSTEM ENGINEERING TRAINING
SOL N66001-01-Q-3257
DUE 021301
POC Contracting Officer, Ms. Gina Bennett, D212, (619) 553-3208.
  Alternate Contracting Officer, Ms. Sylvia Proffit, D211, (619)
  553-3292.
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation prepared IAW FAR
  Part 13. No RFQ will be issued. The Government intends to procure
  on a sole source basis to Mr. Popovich for C41 System Engineering
  Training in accordance with the following Statement of Work:
  GCCS-M/C4I System Engineering Training. 1.0 INTRODUCTION: The
  Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Systems Center,
  San Diego (SSC SD) performs system engineering and system development
  for numerous command, control, communications, computers and
  intelligence (C4I) systems, paramount among them being the
  Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M). Navy
  C4I systems and architectures continue to advance rapidly in
  keeping pace with emerging technologies. This rapid growth
  requires an aggressive, contemporary training approach that
  allows the fleet user to benefit from these C4I advances. 2.0
  SCOPE: For this task, the contractor shall provide C4I System
  Engineering training support to the GCCS-M program for team
  training events held at the Fleet Combat Training Center, Pacific
  (FCTCPAC). 3.0 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS. 3.1 COMTHIRDFLT GCCS-M
  Exercise Support: The contractor shall provide FCTCPAC with
  C4I system engineering support for COMTHIRDFLT sponsored exercises.
  These exercises include the following: Ship Launched Attack
  Missile Exercises (SLAMEXs), Rim-of-the-Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercises,
  Joint Task Force Exercises, Amphibious Readiness Group Certifications
  (ARGCERTs), Warfare Commander's Team Trainers (WTTs), Battle
  Group Inport Exercises (BGIE) and other applicable team training
  events as dictated by Commanding Officer, FCTCPAC. The contractor
  shall develop computer generated battle scenarios for training
  simulations. Services shall also include assisting sailors/ships
  with connectivity, upgrading systems to ensure compatibility,
  and actual participation in the training exercise. 4.0 GOVERNMENT
  FURNISHED PROPERTY: The government shall provide access to
  FCTCPAC, Code 31 classrooms and necessary labs in the FCTCPAC
  BMTC. 5.0 TRAVEL: None. 6.0 OTHER. 6.1 Security. Personnel
  assigned to this task shall be cleared to the SECRET level.
  6.2 Place of Performance. FCTCPAC, San Diego, CA and contractor's
  facilities in San Diego, CA. 6.3 Inspection and Acceptance.
  Mr. Steve Musson, SPAWARSYSCEN San Diego, Code D421, 619-553-5420.
  6.4 Task Completion Date: 200 days after receipt of contract
  award. Note 22 applies, however, all offers received within
  15 days (in lieu of 45 days) after date of publication of this
  synopsis will be considered by the government. See numbered
  notes from any Monday edition of the CBD. Facsimile proposals
  may be sent to (619) 553-1062. Contractual questions may be
  directed to Gina Bennett via email: gina@spawar.navy.mil. Technical
  questions may be directed to Nancy Meyette via email: meyette@spawar.navy.mil
  The applicable North American Industry Classification System
  (NAICS) is 611710. Note: The full text of the Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR) can be accessed on the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/.
  Offerors must complete and submit with their quote, a copy
  of FAR 52.219-1 Alt I/II, Small Business Program Representation.
  Central Contractor Registration is required for resulting award.
  Information may be found at http://www.ccr2000.com/.   
CITE: (W-030 SN50C316)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Program Contract
  Service Center (3803R), 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC 20460-0001
SUBJECT: U--DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY OF TRAINING WORKSHOPS ENTITLED
  "INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC MODELING & PROGRAM EVALUATION"
SOL RFQ-DC-01-00110
DUE 021401
POC Tim Farris, 202-564-4759, Contracting Officer
DESC: THIS REQUIREMENT IS A SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION AS DEFINED
  BY PART 12 OF THE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATIONS AND IS A
  SMALL BUSINESS SETASIDE ACTION!! BACKGROUND:Under the Inspector
  General Act of 1978, as amended, the U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency's (EPA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts independent
  audits and evaluations of EPA programs and activities for economy
  and efficiency of operations and compliance with laws and regulations.
  The OIG has, therefore, determined that it needs to increase
  its ability to perform program evaluations which includes the
  use of logic modeling. OBJECTIVE: Accordingly, the OIG has
  defined a need for a training services provider that can develop
  a course to be delivered at six (6) locations in 2001. The
  training provider shall offer instruction in logic modeling
  and program evaluation in the EPA environment. The proposed
  course shall be entitled "Introduction to Logic Modeling &
  Program Evaluation". PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE 8 months after award
  of the purchase order. For complete copies of the Request for
  Quotation with the Statement of Work, please visit the U.S.
  EPA Website at http://www.epa.gov/oamhpod/index.htm. E-mail
  the Contracting Officer at "farris.tim@epamail.epa.gov" if
  you have any questions concerning this RFQ package. Due to
  the anticipated large volume of interest, we will be unable
  to return phone calls for this procurement. The Contracting
  Officer can, however, be reached at 202-564-4759 if there are
  problems accessing the RFQ package. NOTE: An original plus
  two (2) copies of all proposals/quotations should be received
  at one of the following addresses on or before the closing
  date of the RFQ (fax/e-mail copies will not be accepted) The
  U.S. Postal Service delivery address is: U.S. EPA, Ariel Rios
  Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., Mail Code 3803R, Washington,
  D.C. 20460 Attn: Mr. Tim Farris --- Courier (FEDEX, AirBorne,
  UPS)/Hand Carry Address --- Ronald Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania
  Avenue, N.W., Bid and Proposal Room 6th floor, Washington,
  D.C. 20004 Attn: Mr. Tim Farris. 
LINKURL: http://www.epa.gov/oam/hpod/index.html
LINKDESC: 
  "Introduction to Logic Modeling & Program Evaluation"
EMAILADD: farris.tim@epamail.epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,
  Acquisitions Management Branch, 79 T.W. Alexander Drive, Building
  4401 Research Commons, P.O. Box 12874, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27709
SUBJECT: U--COPIES OF VIDEO TAPE
SOL MKQXQ10185
DUE 021501
POC Contact Mary Kimble, Contracting Officer, FAX (919)541-5117
DESC: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  will receive copies of the video tape from the Children's Health
  Environmental Coalition,of Princeton NJ. Pursuant to 41 U.S.C.
  253 (c)(1) Only one responsible source and no other supplies
  or services will satisfy the agency's requirements. This video
  tape "Child Proofing Your Home for the 21st Century". All responsible
  sources may respond by submitting a written narrative statement
  of capability within 5 days of this notice to Mary Kimble at
  the above address for consideration by the agency. Response
  must include detailed technical information and other technical
  literature demonstrating the ability to meet these requirements.
  Responses shall also include itemized pricing that is sufficient
  to make a determination that competition is feasible. If no
  affirmative respons4es are received within 5 days of this notice
  to determine whether a qualified source is more advantageous
  to the Government, the purchase order will be awarded to Children's
  Health Environmental Coalition. SIC/Size 51211/$2.5M. This
  is a notice of intent and there is no solicitation package.
  For information contact Mary Kimble, Contracting Officer. See
  Note 22 ***** 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,
  Acquisitions Management Branch, 79 T.W. Alexander Drive, Building
  4401 Research Commons, P.O. Box 12874, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27709
SUBJECT: U--CO-SPONSORSHIP AND COPIES OF CONFERENCE
SOL MKQXQ10182
DUE 021501
POC Contact Mary Kimble, Contracting Officer, FAX (919)541-5117
DESC: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  will receive 2 copies of the proceedings from the meeting entitled
  "The Human Genome Project: Ethical & Community Issues",conducted
  by the West Harlem Environmental Action of New York, NY. Pursuant
  to 41 U.S.C. 253 (c)(1) Only one responsible source and no
  other supplies or services will satisfy the agency's requirements.
  All responsible sources may respond by submitting a written
  narrative statement of capability within 5 days of this notice
  to Mary Kimble at the above address for consideration by the
  agency. Response must include detailed technical information
  and other technical literature demonstrating the ability to
  meet these requirements. Responses shall also include itemized
  pricing that is sufficient to make a determination that competition
  is feasible. If no affirmative responses are received within
  5 days of this notice to determine whether a qualified source
  is more advantageous to the Government, the purchase order
  will be awarded to West Harlem Environmental Action. SIC/Size
  813312/$5.0M. This is a notice of intent and there is no solicitation
  package. See Note 22***** 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: U.S. Army Engineer District, Alaska, Attn: CEPOA-CT-CO,
  P.O. Box 898, Anchorage, AK 99506-0898 (Physical Address: 2204
  Third Street, Room 56), Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506-0898)
SUBJECT: U--AKV150 STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROCEDURES
  (SWPP) PHASE II TRAINING
SOL DACA85-01-T-0002
POC Contract Specialist, Marichu Relativo, (907) 753-2629
DESC: Under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, the Alaska District
  Corps of Engineers ntend to issue a, nonpersonal services,
  SOLE-SOURCE purchase order to a woman-owned, small business
  under the HUBzone program. The purchase order will be less
  than $100,000. NAICS: 54162. Description: The work consists
  of providing on-site, unit-level Storm Water Pollution Prevention
  (SWPP) training for personnel at individual facilities located
  at Fort Richardson, Fort Wainwright, and Fort Greely, Alaska
  who are involved in implementing Storm Water Pollution Prevention
  procedures. The work includes preparation of an exportable
  facility-level training program on compact disk for future
  use by the facilities. Training shall comply with requirements
  of Final National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Storm
  Water Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Activities,
  dated September 29, 1995. OBJECTIVE: The objective of the SWPP
  training is to comply with requirements of the permit and the
  SWPPP for the purpose of reducing the potential for storm water
  pollution impacting water of the United States of America.
  BACKGROUND: The Contractor is currently under contract to develop
  a training slide presentation and provide SWPP training to
  U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK) Department of Public Works (DPW)
  personnel, hazardous materials managers, and building managers
  at Fort Richardson, Fort Wainwright, and Fort Greely. The training
  already under contract is now referred to as Phase I SWPP Training.
  The Phase I SWPP Training is scheduled to take place during
  late January and early February of 2001. Phase I training will
  be conducted at a centralized training location at each of
  the three posts. USARAK has directed USAED to provide additional
  "Unit-level" SWPP training at individual post facilities. Point
  of Contact: Marichu Relativo, Contract Specialist, email: marichu.n.relativo@poa02.usace.army.mil
  or fax: 907-753-2544. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Medical and Regional
  Office Center, A&M Service, 1 VA Center, Togus, Maine 04330
SUBJECT: V--AMBULANCE AND WHEELCHAIR VAN SERVICES
SOL IFB NO. 402-1-01
DUE 032201
POC Michael LeClair, Tel. Phone No. (207) 623-5706
DESC: Provide Ambulance services consisting of Basic Life Support
  (BSL) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), along with
  Wheelchair Van Services to beneficiaries of the Department
  of Veterans Affairs, Medical and Regional Office Center, Togus,
  Maine. Ambulance and Wheelchair Van services will be provided
  to and from this facility for all locations in Maine as well
  as Ambulance runs to VA Medical Centers in Massachussetts.
  Ambulance and Wheelchair Van services are to be provided 7
  days a week, 24 hours a day, including holidays. Prospective
  bidders must be able to provide subject services within 45-60
  minutes of being notified. The contract period will be from
  4/1/01 through 9/30/01 with four one year renewal options.
  All Ambulances and Wheelchair Vans shall adhere to standards
  set forth by the Maine Emergency Medical Services governing
  certification and licensing of private Ambulances and Wheelchair
  Vans in the State of Maine. Paramedics and Emergency Medical
  Technicians (EMT's) shall be licensed by the Maine Emergency
  Medical Services for the State of Maine. North American Industry
  Classificaiton System (NAICS) Code is 621910 and the size standard
  is $5.0 million average annual receipt for the past three years.
  This solicitation is set-aside for Small Business Concerns
  only. Copies of the solicitation will be available on or about
  2/7/01. Prospective bidders may request a copy of the solicitation
  by writing to the Contracting Officer (BSL1), Department of
  Veterans Affairs, Medical and Regional Office Center, Togus,
  Maine 04330. Fax requests will be accepted, fax number is (207)
  623-5762. Bid opening will be 3/22/01 at 10:00 a.m. (local
  time), in Bldg. 206, 2nd floor, Room 216 at the Department
  of Veterans Affairs, Medical and Regional Office Center, Togus,
  Maine. All bids must be time and date stamped prior to the
  10:00 a.m. bid opening. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Aircraft Services,
  4837 Aircraft Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99502-1052
SUBJECT: V--ON CALL RENTAL OF R44 HELICOPTER
SOL 8101-07
DUE 030101
POC Kristine Stoehner @ 907-271-6061
DESC: Furnish on call intermittent helicopter service using R-44
  helicopters or equal. The aircraft will be operated and maintained
  by the contractor for the benefit of various U.S. Department
  of the Interior Agencies in Alaska. Contract period to begin
  approximately March 8, 2001 and expire February 15, 2002 with
  no renewal date. Contractor is required to be certified under
  14 CFR and Chapter 135. Bid opening will be approximately March
  1, 2001. See numbered note 1 (set aside for small business).
  Requests for a copy of this solicitation should be faxed to
  Kristine Stoehner at 907-271-4788, e-mail kristine_stoehner@akro.oas.gov,
  or verbally requested at 907-271-3700. 
EMAILADD: kristine_stoehner@akro.oas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: NASA/John F. Kennedy Space Center, Procurement, Kennedy
  Space Center, FL 32899
SUBJECT: V--NASA LAUNCH SERVICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL -- OPEN
  SEASON
SOL RFP10-99-0021A
DUE 022801
POC  Joanne M. Seale, Contracting Officer, Phone (321) 867-2572,
  Fax (321) 867-4848, Email Joanne.Seale-1@ksc.nasa.gov - Jeanne
  A. Burkhart, Contracting Officer, Phone (321) 867-3475, Fax
  (321) 867-4848, Email Jeanne.Burkhart-1@ksc.nasa.gov
DESC: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  invites you to submit a proposal for the NASA Launch Services
  (NLS) contract. The original NASA Launch Services (NLS) RFP
  was issued on October 18, 1999, resulting in the award of Indefinite
  Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) task order contracts to
  Boeing Delta Launch Services, Inc. and Lockheed Martin Commercial
  Launch Services, Inc. The original solicitation remains open
  for a period of ten years from the effective release date through
  the use of an innovative on-ramp provision found in Section
  C, clause 2.0. On a semi-annual basis, NASA will invite new,
  emerging domestic launch service providers that meet the minimum
  contract requirements to submit proposals during an open season.
  In addition, existing IDIQ contractors may submit proposals
  for additional launch services during an open season. The open
  season for proposal submission will be the entire month of
  February and August of each calendar year. An electronic version
  of the Executive Summary, which provides an overview of the
  requirements contained in the subject solicitation, along with
  the entire NLS solicitation (to be updated as Revision A),
  can be found at the NASA KSC homepage under Business Opportunities.
  The initial mission set of three firm and five option missions
  was awarded to Boeing Delta Launch Services, Inc. in the initial
  round. The initial mission set, along with the solicitation
  requirement to propose on at least one firm or option mission,
  will be removed in the updated Revision A to the NLS RFP. The
  Executive Summary also conveys NASA's intent to utilize commercial
  provider's capabilities and processes to the maximum extent
  possible. Proposals should be mailed or hand carried to: NASA,
  John F. Kennedy Space Center Mail Stop: OP-OS-ELV Attn: Joanne
  M. Seale O&C Building M7-355 (Room No. 2015) Kennedy Space
  Center, FL 32899 MARK: RFP 10-99-0021; Revision A TO BE OPENED
  BY ADDRESSEE ONLY This acquisition is restricted to domestic
  sources. Minimum contract requirements are set forth in Attachment
  E3, Paragraph 1.0 of the NLS RFP. Your proposal must be signed
  by an official of the company who is authorized to bind the
  company. Your proposal must also contain a statement that the
  offer is firm for a period of 180 days from your submittal
  date. You must provide the company name and complete address
  (including street, city, state, and zip code) and the Data
  Universal Numbering System number applicable to that name and
  address. The RFP does not commit the Government to award a
  contract nor does it obligate the Government to pay for any
  cost incurred in the preparation and submittal of proposals
  or in anticipation of a contract. The Government reserves the
  right to reject any and all proposals should such action be
  in the interest of the Government. The Attachments to the NLS
  RFP are an integral part hereof. If you fail to obtain or locate
  any part of the RFP, promptly notify Joanne M. Seale at (321)
  867-2572. NLS acquisition information can be obtained via the
  Internet at the following address: http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/procurement/nls
  Offerors are hereby notified that funds are not presently available
  for this effort. The Government's obligation is contingent
  upon the availability of appropriated funds from which payment
  for contract purposes can be made. It is anticipated that funds
  will be available at the time of contract award. Written questions
  regarding this RFP may be submitted in accordance with Attachment
  E2, paragraph 18.0. To permit a formal Government response,
  any comments or questions should not be marked as confidential
  or proprietary business information, competition sensitive,
  etc. Written questions may be faxed to (321) 867-4848.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=76#RFP10-99-0021A
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Joanne.Seale-1@ksc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C422)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U. S. Army Engineer District, Savannah, P.O. Box 889,
  Savannah, Georgia 31402-0889
SUBJECT: Y--GENERAL OFFICERS QUARTERS, FORT JACKSON,SC
SOL DACA21-01-B-0004
POC Mr. Efrain Rosario, 912-652-6120 (Technical Questions); Ms.
  Rosetta Brightwell, 912-652-5903 (Contractual Questions)
DESC: Construction of a 2,110 square feet, frame construction
  with brick veneer and garage General/Flag Officer quarters
  including supporting structure. Support facilities included
  utilities, storm drainage, information and communication systems,
  paving, sidewalk, porch/patio, curbs, gutters, parking, street
  lighting, and some landscaping. Estimated cost range of this
  project is $100,000.00 to $500,000.00. Network Analysis will
  not be required. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED ON AN UNRESTRICTED
  BASIS PURSUANT TO THE "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY DEVELOPMENT REFORM
  ACT OF 1988. SIC CODE 1542. PAPER COPIES OF THIS SOLICITATION
  WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. THIS SOLICITATION WILL BE ISSUED IN
  ELECTRONIC FORMAT ONLY AND WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE ON OR ABOUT
  12 Feb 2001 ON THE ON THE INTERNET AT http://www.sas.usace.army.mil/ebs/.
  AMENDMENTS TO THIS SOLICITATION WOLL BE POSTED ON THE INTERNET
  AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS UNLESS THE TOTAL AMENDED COMPRESSED FILES
  ARE GREATER THAN 5 MBYTES IN WHICH CASE A NEW CD ROM DISK WILL
  BE ISSUED. FOR AMENDMENTS THAT ARE ONLY POSTED ON THE INTERNET,
  SF 30, AMENDMENTS OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT,
  AND A LIST OF REVISED SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS WILL BE MAILED
  TO EACH BIDDER. A NOTE: ALL REQUESTS FOR SOLICITATION PACKAGES
  MUST BE MADE IN WRITING NO LATER THAN 02/12/01. REQUESTS MAY
  BE FAXED TO 912-652-5828. DOCUMENTS WILL BE ISSUED ON A FIRST
  COME FIRST SERVED BASIS UNTIL SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED. IT HAS BEEN
  DETERMINED THAT THE NUMBER OF SETS BE LIMITED TO ONE (1) PER
  FIRM. (ADDITIONAL COPIES WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
  REQUESTOR). STATE AREA CODE, TELEPHONE NUMBER, STREET ADDRESS
  AND NINE-DIGIT ZIP CODE. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE
  MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8:00 A.M.. TO 5 P.M., 100 WEST OGLETHORPE
  AVENUE, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 31402-0889. 
LINKURL: http://www.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rosetta.j.brightwell@sas02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U. S. Army Engineer District, Savannah, P.O. Box 889,
  Savannah, Georgia 31402-0889
SUBJECT: Y--15TH AIR SUPPORT OPERATIONS SQUADRON, FORT STEWART,
  GA
SOL DACA21-01-B-0003
POC Mr. Robert Smith (Technical Questions) 912-652-5706; Ms.
  Sandy Meyers (Contractual Questions) 912-652-5324
DESC: Work consists of construction of a new 2715 square meter
  squadron operations facility. It includes administrative, maintenance,
  and vehicle/equipment storage space with reinforced concrete
  foundation and floor slabs, masonry walls, roof system, fire
  protection system, utilities, site work, landscaping, parking
  and necessary support facilities. Estimated cost range of project
  is from $1,000,000. to $5,000,000. Network Analysis System
  will not be required. COMPETITION WILL BE LIMITED TO 8(a) FIRMS
  SERVICED BY SBA REGION IV DISTRICT OFFICES (GA, AL, NC, SC,
  TN, MS, FL, KY) OR MUST HAVE AN ESTABLISHED, VERIFIABLE FULL
  TIME BRANCH OFFICE (AS DEFINED BY SBA) WITHIN REGION IV WHICH
  HAVE 233320 AMONG THEIR APPROVED NAIC CODES. PAPER COPIES OF
  THIS SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. THIS SOLICITATION
  WILL BE ISSUED IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT ONLY AND WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE
  ON OR ABOUT 2/16/01 ON THE INTERNET AT: http://ebs.sas.usace.army.mil.
  Amendments to this solicitation will be posted on the internet
  at the above address unless the total amended compressed files
  are greater than 5 MBYTES, in which case a new CD ROM disk
  will be issued. For amendments that are only posted on the
  internet, SF 30, Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of
  Contract, and a list of revised specifications and drawings
  will be mailed to each bidder. NOTE: All requests for solicitation
  packages must be made in writing no later than March 12, 2001.
  Requests may be faxed to 912-652-5828. Documents will be issued
  on a first come first served basis until supply is exhausted.
  It has been determined that the number of sets be limited to
  one (1) per firm. Additional copies will be the responsibility
  of the requestor. SOLICITATION REQUESTS MUST INCLUDE STREET
  ADDRESS WITH NINE-DIGIT ZIP CODE, TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS,
  BUSINESS SIZE (Large, Small, Small Disadvantaged, Small woman-owned),
  BUSINESS TYPE (General contractor, subcontractor, supplier,
  plans room, etc.), and e-mail address. Plans and specifications
  are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.,
  100 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31402-0889. 

LINKURL: http://www.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sandra.b.meyers@sas02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Indian Health Service, 1220 SW Third Avenue, Room 432,
  Portland, Oregon 97204
SUBJECT: Y--INCHELIUM LAGOON IMPROVEMENTS
SOL IFB-1-0003-SDO-1-001
DUE 032201
POC Karen A. Sahmaunt, Contract Specialist, 503/326-5623, Tracy
  Lawver, Procurement Technician, 503/326-2018
DESC: This acquisition is a 51% set-aside for Indian-Owned and
  Controlled concerns in accordance with the BUY INDIAN ACT (25
  USC 47). Construction to renovate the existing Inchelium Wastewater
  Treatment Plant, installation of approximately two and one
  half acres of 60 mil HDPE Liner, lagoon preparation including
  site clearing, excavation, backfill, final site grading, clean-up,
  and all necessary appurtenances for a complete and operational
  installation, which is located on the Colville Indian Reservation,
  Ferry County, Washington. The anticipated contract will be
  a firm-fixed price contract. The performance period is approximately
  70 calendar days. The estimated range is between $100,000 and
  $250,000. BUY AMERICAN ACT APPLIES. Performance and Payment
  bonds are required. Liquidated damages apply. Indian Preference
  in hiring, supplies, and subcontractors is required, including
  meeting Colville Tribal Ordinances. Solicitation documents
  will be available February 20, 2001. Request for soliciation
  documents must be submitted in writing or facsimile to 503/326-7425
  or 503/326-7857. NAICS 234910
CITE: (W-030 SN50C315)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing,
  Dallas Facilities Service Office, PO Box 667180, Dallas, TX,
  75266-7180
SUBJECT: Y--NEW CONSTRUCTION LEASED - ADVERTISEMENT TO CONSTRUCT
  & LEASE, PLEASANT HILL LA 71065-9998
SOL 482980-01-A-0028
DUE 022301
POC Sharon Russell, Facilities Contract Technician, Phone (214)
  819-7218, Fax (214) 819-7290, Email srussell@email.usps.gov
  - Hope Herrera, Facilities Contract Technician, Phone (214)
  819-7223, Fax (214) 819-7290, Email hherrera@email.usps.gov
DESC: Construct 2,955 net SF Main Office on controlled site 43,386
  for lease back to USPS. Site cost is $20,000.00. All offers
  must be based on the site listed in the solicitation. The successful
  offeror will be required to purchase the site in accordance
  with the terms and conditions specified in the Assignable Option
  to Purchase which is included in the solicitation package.
  For Real Estate call Bill McMurry 214/819-7222, Construction
  call Martin Petrey 214/819-7244. Plans and specifications are
  available by contacting CENTURY COPI-TECHNICS, INC, 4519 MCKINNEY
  AVE, DALLAS, TX 75205-4313, PHONE (214) 521-1991, FAX (214)
  521-1788, or E-MAIL ADDRESS: ccopi1@airmail.net. Reference
  solicitation number and location. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE FOR
  PROPOSAL PACKAGES.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=482980-01-A-0028&L=3266
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: srussell@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3E1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing,
  Kansas City Facilities Service Office, 6201 College Blvd Ste
  400, Overland Park, KS, 66211-2443
SUBJECT: Y--INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT A/E FOR MILWAUKEE WI
  AREA
SOL 193045-01-A-0013
DUE 030201
POC Vickie Ford, Facilities Contract Specialist, Phone (913)
  266-2408, Fax (913) 266-2513, Email vford002@email.usps.gov
  - Linda Hoefer, Facilities Contract Specialist, Phone (913)
  266-2407, Fax (913) 266-2513, Email
DESC: The U. S. Postal Service, Kansas City Facilities Service
  Office, will be conducting advertising for architectural and
  engineering services per below. This information is sent to
  you in advance for your consideration. Should you be interested
  in this term contract, please follow the instructions. THE
  KANSAS CITY FSO DOES NOT PROVIDE SF-254 AND SF-255 FORMS Send
  submittals to the attention of Vickie Ford, Facilities Service
  Office, 6201 College Blvd Ste 400, Overland Park KS 66211-2443.
  Submittal questions regarding this notice are directed to Jeff
  Meyer at (913) 266-2437. Other questions may be directed to
  Linda Hoefer at 913/266-2407 (E-mail: lhoefer@email.usps.com)
  or Vickie Ford at 913/266-2408 (E-mail: vford002@email.usps.gov)
  Solicitation:193045-01-A-0013 Proposals Due:03/02/01 Time:2:00
  PM Submittals: Original and 1 copy INFORMATION AND EVALUATION
  FACTORS Projects will be in the following primary area(s):
  Milwaukee WI Area The Kansas City Facilities Service Office
  is soliciting contracts for Architect-Engineer services for
  site adaptation and design development of CAD/D plans and specifications,
  known as Standard Building Designs, and Repairs and Alterations,
  and also for general A/E project investigation, design and
  surveillance for projects (construction) ranging up to $5 Million.
  The Contract will have a minimum aggregate work order value
  of $5,000.00 and a Not-To-Exceed contract amount (A/E fees)
  of $5,000,000.00. Individually negotiated work orders will
  be issued for each project. The resulting contract will be
  for two years with three additional one-year options, if exercised.
  Multiple awards may be made. However, projects in other areas
  may be issued against this contract. Any resulting contract
  may be bilaterally modified to meet changing Postal regulations.
  The Standard Building Designs include Small Standard Building
  Designs (SSBD) from 1,000 SF to 10,500 SF; Medium Standard
  Building Designs (MSBD) from 8,500 SF to 50,000 SF, Retail
  Store Designs (Store CAD/D) 40' x 60' and 50' x 80' prototypes,
  and modular building site adaptation. The scope of work may
  also include site adaptation of custom designed facilities
  and other Postal Standard Plans. General R&A projects will
  consist of investigation, design, and surveillance of repair
  and alteration or maintenance projects. The work will involve
  A/E investigation; design; preparation of proposal documents;
  project and contract administrative duties and observation
  of project construction. Submitting firms must have AutoCAD
  Release 12 capability. Firms should be multi-disciplined or
  have a continuing service arrangement with pre-identified consultants.
  Small to medium sized firms are encouraged to submit their
  qualifications for consideration. The prime architectural or
  engineering firm must posses the following minimum staffing
  within the prime firm: 2 Registered Architects registered within
  the state(s) this notice encompasses, and 2 CAD/D Technicians.
  The consultant Engineering firms, if any, must have 1 registered
  Engineer in each of the following disciplines: Mechanical,
  Electrical, Structural and Civil. Firms must demonstrate a
  working knowledge and experience with the Architectural Barriers
  Compliance program (Postal Service Handbook RE-4, Standards
  For Facility Accessibility By The Physically Handicapped) and
  how its requirements are to be met, and/or demonstrate a working
  knowledge and experience with the Americans With Disabilities
  Act (ADA) and how its requirements are to be followed. Proof
  of errors and omissions insurance, or of the ability to obtain
  such, MUST be included with the submittal. Firms which possess
  the qualifications to perform the services described above
  are invited to submit a completed, current SF Form 255, "Architect-Engineer
  and Related Services Questionnaire for Specific Project," a
  completed current SF Form 254, "Architect-Engineer and Related
  Services Questionnaire," and a completed SF Form 254 for each
  of its proposed consultants to the office shown above. A pre-selection
  review of the submittals will be conducted to identify the
  most highly qualified firms. Interested firms with more than
  one office must indicate on their SF 255 the staffing composition
  of the office in which the work will be performed. Indicate
  the solicitation number in block 2b, of SF-255. The completed
  SF 255 should indicate the specific personnel from the responding
  firm and all consultants expected to do the work on this contract,
  with resumes for each, professional registrations by state,
  and experience in this type of work over the past five (5)
  years. Consideration will be given to firms responding to this
  advertisement in accordance with the foregoing instructions
  in the following geographic area(s) and order of preference:
  50-mile radius of Milwaukee. Architectural and engineering
  firms will be considered local only if their sole office is
  in the local geographic area or they have a local branch office
  and all of the architectural design, coordination, and management
  of the project will be accomplished in that office. Consultants
  should be located within the same geographical area. It is
  prohibited to pay any fee, brokerage fee, commission or percentage
  on any basis to any firm or person contingent upon the award
  of this contract. Firms with current contracts need to re-submit
  to be considered for this contract. Submittals will not be
  retained or returned. Firms wishing the submittal returned,
  must supply a self-addressed, postage paid envelope. This is
  not a request for proposal. This office does not supply SF254
  or SF255 forms. These forms are GSA format and are available
  on the internet at: http://hydra.gsa.gov/forms/pdf_files/sf254.pdf
  and http://hydra.gsa.gov/forms/pdf_files/sf255.pdf . Offerors
  are encouraged to submit their proposal(s) by one of the methods
  offered by the U.S. Postal Service: First Class, Priority or
  Express Mail.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=193045-01-A-0013&L=3292
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: vford002@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3G4)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U.S. Army Engineer District, Detroit, 477 Michigan Ave,
  Detroit, MI 48226
SUBJECT: Y--FIRE AND SECURITY ALARM SYSTEM FOR SOO LOCKS COMPLEX
SOL DACW35-01-R-0011
POC Deborah Butler, 313-226-6474
DESC: CORRECTION: This notice corrects the orginal notice posted
  on January 29, 2001 and printed on January 31, 2001. This is
  not a two-step sealed bid procurement. The Solicitation number
  DACW35-01-B-0009 is DELETED. All further questions or inquiries
  should be refer to DACW35-01-R-0011. The web site for requesting
  information on this Solicitation should be made to www.lre.usace.army.mil.
  All other information publicized in the original synopsis is
  correct. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing,
  Dallas Facilities Service Office, PO Box 667180, Dallas, TX,
  75266-7180
SUBJECT: Y--RUSK, TX 75785 - MAIN POST OFFICE - NCL
SOL 482980-01-A-0022
DUE 030101
POC Janine Hart, Facilities Contract Technician, Phone (214)
  819-7297, Fax (214) 819-7280, Email jhart2@email.usps.gov -
  Debbie Estes, Facilities Contract Technician, Phone (214) 819-7278,
  Fax (214) 819-7280, Email
DESC: Construct 5,181 net SF Main Office on controlled site 66,250
  SF for lease back to USPS. Site Cost is $50,000.00 All offers
  must be based on the site listed in the solicitation. The successful
  offeror will be required to purchase the site in accordance
  with the terms and conditions specified in the Assignable Option
  to Purchase which is included in the solicitation package.
  For Real Estate call Larry Brooks 214/819-7271, Construction
  call D_Wayne Bradford 214/819-7294. Plans and specifications
  are available by contacting CENTURY COPI-TECHNICS, INC, 4519
  MCKINNEY AVE, DALLAS, TX 75205-4313, PHONE (214) 521-1991,
  FAX (214) 521-1788, or E-MAIL: ccopi1@airmail.net. Reference
  solicitation number and location. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE FOR
  PROPOSAL PACKAGES.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=482980-01-A-0022&L=3266
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jhart2@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3S6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering
  Command, Code AQ12, 1510 Gilbert Street, Norfolk, Virgina 23511-2699
SUBJECT: Y--FAMILY HOUSING PRIVATIZATION INITIATIVE, PENNSYLVANIA
  REGION
SOL N62470-01-RP-00081
DUE 050401
POC Mr. Matthew Kurtz, Realty Specialist, LANTNAVFACENGCOM
DESC: Section 2801 of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Year 1996, Public Law 104-106, 110 Stat 186 (U.S.C.
  2871-2885), provides a series of powerful authorities that
  allow the Department of Defense (DOD) to work with private
  sector to build and renovate housing. The Department of the
  Navy (DON) intends to utilize the unique powers and authorities
  provided under the legislation to ensure that safe, good quality,
  energy efficient, well-managed, affordable housing will be
  available to families of military assigned to Pennsylvania
  Region, as needed, over the long term. Accordingly, the DON
  intends to become a partner in a public-private partnership,
  or similar business entity, established by a private company
  or team of private investors/developers, property managers/operators,
  building contractors, architects and engineers, and/or others
  for housing for Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow
  Grove, Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg, and Naval Support
  Activity Philadelphia military families. The DON intends to
  contribute up to 316 existing units of DON-owned and DON-occupied
  units including related improvements for the construction of
  up to 23 new units and the replacement of up to 27 units. The
  DON envisions the private partner (managing member) securing
  debt and/or contributing equity, as needed, over the long term
  to carry out the project and, acting on behalf of the partnership:
  1) owning, operating, managing and maintaining the existing
  inventory of DON-owned and DON-occupied family housing (316
  units), and any additional units constructed, including site
  infrastructure, for a minimum term of 50 years; 2) designing,
  financing and constructing needed renovations for up to 285
  units of existing inventory; 3) and designing, financing, and
  constructing up to 23 new units and up to 27 replacement units
  on DON-provided land. All units will be made available to military
  families on a preferential basis at prescribed rents for the
  term of the agreement. This acquisition will be conducted by
  the Commanding Officer, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities
  Engineering Command, Norfolk VA. In Step 1 Request for Qualifications
  (RFQ), interested investors/developers/teams will submit a
  Statement of Qualification (SOQ) describing their concept for
  development and approach to operation and management of the
  project; past performance with regard to developments of similar
  nature, scope and scale; and financial capabilities and capacities.
  Based on its evaluation of the RFQ submittals, the DON will
  invite not more than four (4) investors/developers/teams judged
  best qualified, to respond to the Step 2 Request for Proposals
  (RFP). THE STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS (SOQ) WILL BE DUE ON
  MAY 4, 2001, AT 2:OO PM LOCAL TIME. This solicitation will
  be conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions contained
  in Section 2801 of the National Defense Authorization Act for
  Fiscal Year 1996, Public Law 104-106,110 Stat. 186 (10 U.S.C.
  2871-2885). Furthermore, the actual issuance of the RFQ/RFP
  is pending completion of congressional notification. The Government
  intends to issue this solicitation exclusively through the
  Internet. It is anticipated that the RFQ/RFP will be available
  on or about 23 February 2001, as Solicitation N62470-01-RP-00081
  on the internet at http://esol.navfac.navy.mil/. Prospective
  Offerors are encouraged to register themselves on the web site.
  The official plan holders list, a list of all parties who have
  requested a copy of the RFQ/RFP, will also be available at
  the above referenced web site. Amendments will be posted on
  the web site for downloading. This will normally be the only
  method of distributing amendments; therefore, IT IS THE OFFEROR'S
  RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK THE WEB SITE PERIODICALLY FOR ANY AMENDMENTS
  TO THIS SOLICITATION. If you are unable to access the above
  referenced web site, or have problems downloading the Solicitation
  package, you may call Mr. Matthew Kurtz at (757) 322-4936.
  Questions about this Solicitation MUST be submitted in writing.
  The questions may be faxed to Matthew Kurtz at (757) 322-4913,
  or sent via e-mail address kurtzmd@efdlant.navfac.navy.mil.

LINKURL: http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
  to download a copy of the RFP.
EMAILADD: kurtzmd@efdlant.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  Kurtz.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers, Fort Worth District, P.O.
  Box 17300, 819 Taylor Street, Attn: CESWF-CT, Fort Worth, TX
  76102-0300
SUBJECT: Y--MCAF/BRAC CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, LACKLAND AIR
  FORCE BASE, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
SOL DACA63-01-R-0008
DUE 050201
POC Ken Scott, Contract Specialist, 817.978.2131
DESC: THIS SOLICITATION IS A COMPETITIVE 8(a) PROCUREMENT. Work
  consists of constructing an approximately 2,500 Square Meter
  Building to include excavation, concrete foundation and floor
  slab, structural steel framing, masonry walls, and standing
  seam metal roof. Includes multipurpose, isolation and storage
  rooms, kitchen, fenced playground area, outdoor shade pavilions
  and all other necessary support for this facility. Estimated
  cost range is between $1 Million and $5 Million. Solicitation
  to be issued on or about 2 April 2001. Proposals are due on
  or about 2 May 2001 at 1600 hours. This solicitation will consist
  of a Base Bid and one or more options. Duration of the construction
  project will be approximately 480 days. Sic Code for this
  procurement is 1542. The North American Industrial Classification
  System (NAICS) Code applicable to this project is 233320, Commercial
  and Institutional Building Construction, which corresponds
  to SIC Code 1542. The plans and specifications will be placed
  on Compact Disk (CD-ROM) and will be provided free of charge.
  Plans and specs will not be provided in a paper hard copy format.
  Notification of amendments shall be made through 3.5" diskette,
  CD-ROM and/or the Internet. However, the Government reserves
  the right to use only the Internet as notification of any changes
  to this solicitation. It is therefore the contractor's responsibility
  to check the following address daily for any posted changes
  to this solicitation. Contractors may view and/or download
  this solicitation and all amendments from the Internet after
  solicitation issuance at the following Internet address: http://ebs.swf.usace.army.mil.
  All offerors are encouraged to visit the Army's Single Face
  to Industry website at http://acquisition.army.mil/default.htm
  to view other business opportunities. Bidders should register
  themselves on the Internet to receive a copy of this solicitation
  (CD-ROM). Offerors must be registered with the Central Contractor
  Registration (CCR), in order to receive a government contract
  award. To register, the CCR Internet address is: http://ccr.edi.disa.mil/ccragent/plsql/ccr.welcome.
  NO EXPRESS MAIL PROCEDURES WILL BE UTILIZED ON INITIAL MAILING
  OF THE CD.  
LINKURL: http://ebs.swf.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  Solicitations to find this solicitation and online registration
EMAILADD: kenneth.c.scott@swf02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  regarding this solicitation.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Eldorado National Forest, 100 Forni Road, Placerville,
  CA 95667
SUBJECT: Y--GRAY'S MEADOW SEWER POND LINER
SOL RFQ-IBET-03-00-023
DUE 030701
POC Olivia Zuniga, 760-873-2414 & Allen Tobey, COR, 760-873-2487,
  & Kathy Griffin, CO, 530-622-5061
DESC: CORRECTION TO SUBMISSION 50C1G7 CITE: (W-029 SN50C167)
  ADDS MEETING DATE OF WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2001. Time and
  location remain the same (see below). SOLICITATION RFQ-IBET-03-01-023--Quotes
  are due on 03/16/01 by Close of Business (4:30 pm). This construction
  project includes the supply and installation of 24,000 SF of
  80 mil HDPE liner for a sewage treatment pond. The work includes
  the removal of an existing liner, removal of exposed rocks,
  leveling and compacting of the existing surface, excavation
  and backfill of the liner anchor trench, and supply and installation
  of an 80 mil HDPE liner. The estimated price range is $25,000
  to $100,000. A non-mandatory meeting and tour will be held
  at the Grays Meadow Treatment Plant at 10:10 am. From the center
  of the town of Independence, California, turn west on the Onion
  Valley Road (Market Street) and proceed approximately 5 miles
  and turn left on a dirt road to the treatment plant. The treatment
  plant is located approximately mile below the Grays Meadow
  Campground. Note(s): 1
LINKURL: http://www.clarint.com/tnf/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mailroom_r5_eldorado@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: ESC/PKOC, Construction Branch, Operational Contracting
  Division, 104 Barksdale St., Hanscom AFB, MA 01731-1806
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR ATRIUM IN OFFICER'S CLUB AT HANSCOM AFB, MA
SOL FQ324503560700
DUE 031601
POC 2Lt Kelly Connelly, Contract Manager, 781-377-9164 Ellen
  Rollings, Contracting Officer, 781-377-2241
DESC: The United States Air Force is requesting proposals for
  the repair of the Officer's Club Atrium at Hanscom Air Force
  Base, MA. The scope of the project consists of furnishing all
  services, labor, material, equipment, tools, transportation,
  and performance of all operations necessary to meet the requirements
  of a firm-fixed price contract at Hanscom AFB MA, in accordance
  with contract drawings and statement of work. The principal
  items of work include, but are not limited to, removal and
  disposal of existing glazing, trim, caulking, and accessories.
  The contractor will also perform new construction tasks to
  include: new glazing system with thermally broken aluminum
  track system, wood and aluminum trim, flashing, painting, staining,
  and accessories. This project will require one itemized unit
  cost when submitting bid proposals, in addition to the overall
  lump sum cost proposal to accomplish the work per the Statement
  of Work and drawings. The magnitude of construction for this
  project is between $25,000.00 and $100,000.00. The period of
  performance for this project shall is expected to require completion
  by end of Oct 01. The solicitation and specifications will
  be available ONLY from at the Internet address: http://www.herbb.hanscom.af.mil.
  These items will not be mailed and telephone requests will
  not be honored. Drawings will either be mailed or made available
  on the Internet. Further information will be available at a
  later date. All interested parties MUST be registered in the
  Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database in order to
  receive an award. Applications for CCR registration may be
  obtained at Internet address: http://www.ccr2000.com/. Tentatively
  the RFP will be released on or about 14 Feb 01. Proposals will
  be due by 12:00 noon EST on 16 Mar 01 and can be mailed to
  ESC/PKOC, Attn: 2Lt Kelly L. Connelly, 20 Schilling Circle,
  Bldg 1305, 3rd Floor, Hanscom. AFB, MA 01731-2884, or faxed
  to 781-377-4324, Attn: 2Lt Kelly Connelly. Proposals that are
  sent via Federal Express should be mailed to ESC/PKOC (Operational
  Contracting), Attn: 2Lt Kelly Connelly, 20 Schilling Circle,
  Bldg. 1305, 3rd Floor, Hanscom AFB, MA 01731. Award will be
  made on or about 23 Mar 01. The Government reserves the right
  to cancel this solicitation, either before or after receipt
  of proposals, with no obligation to the offeror by the Government.
  An Acquisition Ombudsman, Colonel Joseph B. Magnone, Director,
  Commander's Staff, has been appointed to hear concerns from
  offerors or potential offerors during proposal development.
  You should only contact the Ombudsman with issues or problems
  you cannot satisfactorily resolve with the program manager
  and/or contracting officer. The Ombudsman role is to hear concerns,
  issues, and recommendations and communicate these to the appropriate
  government personnel. The Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  if desired. The Ombudsman does not evaluate proposals or participate
  in source selection. You can contact the Ombudsman at (781)
  377-5106. See Note 26.
LINKURL: http://www.herbb.hanscom.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kelly.connelly@hanscom.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C2Z8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Savannah River, P.O. Box 700, New
  Ellenton, S.C. 29809-0700
SUBJECT: Z--MET LAB CHANNEL REHABILITATION
SOL IFB R8-36-01-07
DUE 032001
POC Homer R. Gabard, Contracting Officer (803)725-0239
DESC: This project consists of installing approximately 64 feet
  of steel sheet piling to stabilize an existing channel. Contractor
  shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, tools, supplies,
  supervision and transportation and perform all of the work
  required as shown on the drawings and specifications. Project
  location is on the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site
  (SRS) near Aiken, SC. SRS is a restricted access Government
  facility and non U.S. citizens will be required to get prior
  approval before coming on the Site which could require as long
  as 30 days. 
EMAILADD: hgabard@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C306)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Army Engineer District, Norfolk, Attn: CENAO-CT,
  803 Front Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23510-1096
SUBJECT: Z--OYSTER RESTORATION
SOL DACW65-01-B-0007
POC Susan I. Hurst, Contract Specialist, 757-441-7747
DESC: Oyster Restoration. Professional construction services
  are required to supply oyster shell by barge and construct
  three dimensional and two dimensional oyster reefs by water-borne
  equipment. Two project sites are involved; Lower Rappahannock
  River, VA and Tangier-Pocomoke Sound, VA. The contractor is
  responsible for securing all required permits. The performance
  period will run from approximately 1 April 2001 through 30
  Sep 2001. Section 342 of the Water Resources Development Act
  2000 authorizes the Tangier-Pocomoke Sound Project. Section
  510 of the Water Resources Development Act authorizes the Lower
  Rappahannock River Project 1996. Magnitude of construction
  is $1,000,000 to $5,000,000. This is an UNRESTRICTED PROCUREMENT.
  Applicable SIC code is 1629, with a size standard of $27.5
  million. The NAICS code is 23499. The solicitation will be
  available on the internet only. No paper copies or CDs will
  be issued. Interested firms may download and view the solicitation
  on or after 16 Feb 2001 from the following web site: http://www.nao.usace.army.mil/Ebs/Asp/AdvertisedSolicitations.
  Interested bidders are required to register at this site as
  a plan holder. Telephone, facsimile, e-mail or other written
  requests for solicitations will not be honored. Prospective
  contractors must be registered in the DoD Central Contractor's
  Registration database to be eligible for an award. Information
  for registration and annual confirmation requirements may be
  obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423 or at http://www.ccr2000.com.

LINKURL: http://www.nao.usace.army.mil/Ebs/Asp/AdvertisedSolicitations
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: susan.i.hurst@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2000 Ft. Point Rd, Contracting
  Division, P.O. Box 1229, Galveston TX 77553-1229
SUBJECT: Z--DREDGING GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, TEXAS, CHANNEL
  TO PALACIOS IN MATAGORDA COUNTY.
SOL DACW64-01-B-0013
DUE 032701
POC Celia E. Cockburn 409-766-3067 Mike Rawls 409-766-3976
DESC: The plans and specifications will provide for the removal
  of approximately 1,826,000 cubic yards of dredged material
  comprised of maintenance material with variable widths of 125
  to 400 feet to required depth of 14 feet (below mean low tide)
  and 1-2 feet of allowable overdepth. Material will be deposited
  in open bay placement areas. The plans and specifications will
  be provided on compact disc (CD) only. To obtain a copy of
  the CD, you must register at Galveston District's website at
  www.swg.usace.army.mil/ct. The estimated range is from $1 million
  to $5 million. "SEE NOTE #1" 
LINKURL: www.usace.army.mil/ct
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Celia.E.Cockburn@swg02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 1st
  CONS, 74 Nealy Avenue, Suite 100, Langley AFB, VA, 23665
SUBJECT: Z--MULTIPLE AWARD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT (MACC)
SOL F44600-00-R0001
DUE 013101
POC Gregory Davenport, Contracting Officer, Phone 757-764-2862,
  Fax 757-764-4071, Email gregory.davenport@langley.af.mil -
  Jason Eaton, Contract Specialist, Phone 757-764-3060, Fax 757-764-4071,
  Email
DESC: Estimated time to issue solicitation in final format has
  been changed to reflect release prior to 30 Mar 01. All due
  dates will be revised with the final solicitation. If any questions
  please contact Mr Rex Mount or MSgt Gregory Daveport at 757-764-3060.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=F44600-00-R0001&L=203
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: gregory.davenport@langley.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3J5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of The Army, Headquarters Fort Dix, Attn:
  AFRC-FA-DCC (Bldg 5418), Fort Dix, NJ 08640-6150
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, OF FORT DIX FAMILY HOUSING QUARTERS
SOL DAKF29-01-B-0002
POC David L. Dennison, Contract Specialist, at 609-562-6933
DESC: Contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment, materials,
  transportation and supervision to perform maintenance and repair
  work to Fort Dix Family Housing Quarters, Fort Dix, NJ. The
  period of performance is twelve months from date of award with
  (2) two one year option periods. This is an Indefinite Delivery
  Indefinite Quantity contract. The Government guarantees a minimum
  of $25,000.00 per year and a maximum estimated ceiling of $4,401,543.57
  each year. The bid opening date is approximate only. Pursuant
  to Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act, this is a competitive
  8(a) procurement restricted to 8(a) firms serviced only by
  the SBA New Jersey District Office. All other firms are deemed
  ineligible to submit bids. Only one award shall be made and
  shall not be broken into separate awards. Eligible 8(a) firms
  may request a solicitation package in writing, via fax at 609-562-6933
  or via the e-mail address in this announcement. No telephone
  requests will be accepted. 
EMAILADD: david.dennison@dix.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3K2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: National Park Service, Hot Springs National Park, PO
  Box 1860, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71902-1860
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND ALTERATION OF REAL PROPERTY
SOL RQ7300B0006
DUE 031301
POC Contact Ronald Harkins, 501/624-3383x604/Contracting Officer,
  donna Ingle, 501/624-3383x605
DESC: Project consists of replacement of wood sill plate under
  the front corners of the building and replacement of sill plate
  under the northeast corner porch structure. Replacement of
  wood floor structure banding. repair floor joist ends using
  scab on method. Re-point brick foundation wall. Completely
  remove and re-lay section of brick foundation wall, including
  brick pier supports at the back porch. Replace missing or damaged
  brick. Remove non-historic brick infill between existing front
  porch piers. Building structure will require lifting and support
  to accomplish the work. Replace building in correct position,
  level and straight. Completion timeframe 30 days. Range less
  than $25,000. When calling, be prepared to state name, address
  and solicitation number. Request for copies of RFQ can be faxed
  to 501-624-1536. See note 1. All responsible sources may submit
  an offer, which will be considered. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: NASA/George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Procurement
  Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812
SUBJECT: Z--WINDOWS REPAIR IN BUILDING 4487
SOL 0-01-05
POC  John A. Busbey, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-0896,
  Fax (256) 544-9162, Email john.busbey@msfc.nasa.gov - Timothy
  P. Crabb, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-0365, Fax (256)
  544-9162, Email tim.crabb@msfc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/MSFC plans to issue an Invitation for Bids (IFB)for
  PROJECT: "Windows Repair, Building 4487" The work shall include
  repairs to the existing windows in Building 4487. The work
  will include installation of new metal flashing around the
  window openings, replacing the sealant, and the repair/replacement
  of the existing exterior wall system around the window openings
  (affected by the repair operations). All work described by
  the contract documents is intended to provide a watertight
  condition at all windows repaired by this project. The work
  described as Bid Item #1 will be executed first. Bid Item #1
  shall begin when Notice to Proceed is given and shall be accomplished
  within 60 consecutive calendar days. After the work is completed,
  the work will be tested and evaluated by the Government in
  accordance with the specified Government Testing Procedure.
  If the work is found to be in accordance with the contract
  documents and is found to be watertight, the Government will
  notify the contractor in writing that Bid Item #2 can proceed.
  If the work is found to be not in accordance with the requirements
  of the contract documents, the contractor will be directed
  to take the necessary corrective actions. A period of 21 consecutive
  calendar days will be allowed for the Government to evaluate
  the work and decide whether or not to direct the contractor
  to proceed with the remainder of the work described as Bid
  Item #2. An additional period of 240 consecutive calendar days
  will be allowed for all work described as Bid Item #2. However,
  if the Government decides that it is not feasible or in the
  Government's best interest to proceed with Bid Item #2 work,
  the contractor will be compensated for only the work completed
  and the Government will not incur any other additional costs
  or expenses. The low bidder will be based on the sum of Bid
  Item #1 amount and Bid Item #2 amount. The order of magnitude
  for the procurement is between $250,000 and $500,000 and the
  effort shall be completed within the calendar days stated above.
  This procurement is a total small business set-aside.[See Note
  1]. The NAICS Code and small business size standard for this
  procurement are 233310 and $32M, respectively. All requests
  must be in writing and contain the complete company name, address,
  and phone/fax numbers. Submit requests to NASA/MSFC PROCUREMENT
  OFFICE /ATTN: JOHN BUSBEY/PS31B/ MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER,
  AL 35812 The solicitation and any documents related to this
  procurement [with the exception of specifications and drawings]
  will be available over the Internet. These documents will be
  in Microsoft Office 97 format and will reside on a World-Wide
  Web (WWW) server, which may be accessed using a WWW browser
  application. Safety records of the prime contractor and subcontractors
  will be a consideration at award time and the prime contractor
  must have an EXPERIENCE MODIFICATION RATING (EMR) OF 1.0 OR
  LESS AND PROOF INCLUDED WITHIN THE BID PACKAGE. THE PRIME SUBCONTRACTOR'S
  EMR RATING SHALL BE NO MORE THAN 1.1. REQUESTS FOR IFB PACKAGES
  WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED LESS THAN TEN DAYS PRIOR TO BID OPENING.
  The Government does not intend to acquire a commercial item
  using FAR Part 12. See Note 26. The anticipated release date
  of the IFB is on or about February 16, 2001 with an anticipated
  offer closing date of on or about March 19, 2001. The firm
  date for receipt of bids will be stated in the IFB. Drawings
  will be available from the Bid Distribution Office. All responsible
  qualified sources may submit a bid which shall be considered
  by the agency. An ombudsman has been appointed -- See NASA
  Specific Note "B". The Internet site, or URL, for the NASA/MSFC
  Business Opportunities page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=62
  Prospective offerors shall notify this office of their intent
  to submit an offer. It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor
  the Internet site for the release of the solicitation and amendments
  (if any). Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the solicitation and amendments (if any).
  Any referenced notes can be viewed at the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=62#0-01-05
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: john.busbey@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3N6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: NASA Procurement Office, Code DA00, Stennis Space Center
  (SSC), MS 39529-6000
SUBJECT: Z--A-2 ELECTRICAL RESTORATION
SOL 13-SSC-O-01-12
DUE 032301
POC  Jason Edge, Contract Specialist, Phone (228) 688-2346, Fax
  (228) 688-1141, Email Jason.Edge@ssc.nasa.gov - Harold G. Taulbee,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (228) 688-1640, Fax (228) 688-1141,
  Email harold.taulbee@ssc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/SSC plans to issue an IFB/ Request for Offers for
  the electrical restoration of the A-2 Test Stand on Stennis
  Space Center, MS. The work to be performed under this contract
  consist of providing all labor, equipment, material and supervision
  to replace existing motor control centers, replace all low
  voltage drawout switchgear breakers, clean switchgear bus and
  insulators, check bus connections, inspect/test all mechanical
  interlocks, perform ground resistance and bus insulation tests,
  replace all control wiring, test power/potential transformers
  and protective devices. Clean, test, and/or replace selected
  disconnect switches. The order of magnitude for the procurement
  is $250,000 to $500,000 and the effort shall be completed within
  340 calendar days after notice to proceed. This procurement
  is a total small business set-aside. See Note 1. The NAICS
  Code and small business size standard for this procurement
  are 235310 and $11.5 Million, respectively. The anticipated
  release date of the IFB/RFO is on or about February 21, 2001
  with an anticipated offer closing date of on or about March
  23, 2001. The solicitation and any documents related to this
  procurement with the exception of the specifications and drawings
  will be available over the Internet. These documents will be
  in Microsoft Office 97 format and will reside on a World-Wide
  Web (WWW) server, which may be accessed using a WWW browser
  application. The Internet site, or URL, for the NASA/SSC Business
  Opportunities page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=64
  . Hard copies of the specification and drawings will be available
  and may be obtained from Jason Edge at SSC. Request shall be
  made in writing and forwarded to: NASA/SSC, Mr. Jason Edge,
  Code DA10, Stennis Space Center, MS 39525. Verbal request will
  not be accepted. The closing date for the hard copy received
  shall be the same as the solicitation, inclusive of any amendments,
  released on the Internet. The firm date for receipt of bids
  or offers will be stated in the IFB/RFO. All QUALIFIED responsible
  sources may submit a bid which shall be considered by the agency.
  An ombudsman has been appointed -- See NASA Specific Note "B".
  Prospective offerors shall notify this office of their intent
  to submit an offer. It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor
  the Internet site for the release of the solicitation and amendments
  (if any). Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the solicitation and amendments (if any).
  Any referenced notes can be viewed at the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=64#13-SSC-O-01-12
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Jason.Edge@ssc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3P8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2000 Ft. Point Rd, Contracting
  Division, P.O. Box 1229, Galveston TX 77553-1229
SUBJECT: Z--DREDGING, TURNSTAKE ISLAND TO SUNDOWN BAY 
SOL DACW64-01-B-0012
DUE 032601
POC Jacqueline Adekanbi 409 766-3100 Mike Rawls (409) 766-3976
DESC: The plans and specifications will provide for the removal
  of approximately 1,758,000 cubic yards of dredged material
  comprised of maintenance material from 85,000 feet of project
  channel with variable widths of 125 to 235 feet to required
  depths of 14 and 16 feet (below mean low tide) and 2 feet of
  allowable overdepth. The material will be disposed of in open
  water, confined and partially confined placement areas. Two
  new beneficial use (BU sites will be constructed and material
  placed within these sites. BU site A will be constructed with
  a rock breakwater and containment levees and BU site D will
  be constructed of geotubes filled with sand and containment
  levees. The plans and specifications will be provided on compact
  disc (CD) only. to obtain a copy of the CD, you must gegister
  at Galveston District's website at www.usae.army.mil/ct. Subcontracting
  goals for the Galveston District are: 61.4% Small Business;
  9.1% Small Disdavantage Business; 5,0% Woman Owned; 1.5% Hubzone
  Small Business; 3.0% Veteran-Owned Small Business. The estimated
  range is from $5 million to $10 million. 
LINKURL: www.usace.army.mil/ct
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Jacqueline.B.Adekanbi@swg02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: General Services Administration, BK/QNS/LI Property Management
  Center, 10 Metrotech Center @ 625 Fulton Street, Seventh Floor,
  Brooklyn, New York 11201
SUBJECT: Z--REONFIGURATION OF SYSTEMS FURNITURE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
SOL GS-02P-01-PCU-0013
POC Eva Murphy (718) 254-7124
DESC: This action previously published in the CBDNet on January
  24, 2001 is hereby modified to suspend the "RESPONSE DATE"
  indefinitely. You will be notified of a "NEW RESPONSE DATE"
  in the future. 
EMAILADD: Eva.Murphy@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, Attention: WY-5302, PO Box 1630,
  Mills, WY 82644-1630
SUBJECT: Z--MODIFICATION TO REVISE DATES ON FURNISH/INSTALL NEW
  HIGH VOLTAGE BUSHINGS
SOL 01SQ6A0014
DUE 031501
POC Gloria J Womack, Contracting Officer, 307-261-5619
DESC: amend!amend!amend! This is an amendment to CBD notice W-025
  SN50BY4, Furnish and Install Bushings at Heart Mtn PP, Park
  County, Wyoming. The Request for Quotations #01SQ6A0014 issue
  date will be changed to 2-15-01, and the closing date will
  be changed to 3-15-01. The revised delivery date will be 11-30-01
  for the onsite work. All on-site work must occur between 10-15-01
  and 11-30-01. All Supply Items need to be purchased and on
  site no later than 7-31-01. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C408)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Property Management Contracts Branch (5PMC), 230 South
  Dearborn Street, Room 3324, Chicago, IL, 60604
SUBJECT: Z--CONVERT STEAM HEATING SYSTEM TO HYDRONIC, FEDERAL
  BUILDING & US COURTHOUSE, EAU CLAIRE, WI
SOL GS05P01GAC0057
POC Sally Rygula, Contract Specialist, Phone 612-664-5047, Fax
  612-664-5805, Email sally.rygula@gsa.gov
DESC: Remove existing one pipe steam heating system (pipes and
  radiators) and boilers including asbestos abatement on pipes
  and boiler. Install two (2) new hydronic boilers, new fin tubes/controls
  and an all-new two-pipe system for the building. Remove and
  replace existing underground fuel oil tank and piping to the
  building. Cut/Patch and install new architectural finishes
  and pipe enclosures associated with the new system. Upgrade
  boiler stack enclosure to represent building code. The estimated
  price range for this project is between $250,000 and $500,000.
  The completion time for this project is one hundred eighty
  five (185) calendar days. The NAICS/SIC code for this procurement
  is 235110/1711. This procurement is open to all business concerns.
  The successful offeror, if not a small business concern, may
  be awarded the contract contingent upon submission and approval
  of an acceptable small business plan. The Request For Proposal
  (RFP)package and drawings will be available for downloading
  on or about February 20, 2001.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=GS05P01GAC0057&L=130
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sally.rygula@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C412)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland,
  1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060
SUBJECT: Z--SELFRIDGE ANGB, MI--TEMPORARY TRAILERS AT U.S. COAST
  GUARD AIR STATION DETROIT.
SOL DTCG83-01-Q-C47T01
DUE 031901
POC Brian Jarrell, Contract Specialist, Phone 216-902-6220, Fax
  216-902-6277, Email BJarrell@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
DESC: Provide all labor, material, equipment, transportation
  and supervision required for the lease and installation of
  2 double-wide trailers (24 ft. x 52 ft.) for shop and office
  space at the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Detroit, Selfridge
  ANGB, MI. The general office trailer shall contain two individual
  offices, a utility room, telephone closet, and a half-bath,
  with the remaining area as open space per the floor plan. The
  shop trailer shall consist of one office, one storage room,
  one bath and shower room, a utility room and open shop space
  per the floor plan. Work shall also include, but is not limited
  to: blocking-up, tying-down, leveling, and squaring the units,
  installation of the skirting and stairs, and hook-up/connection
  of the water, sewer, electrical and telephone systems. The
  period of performance is 60 days after Notice to Proceed. The
  estimated range of this procurement is between $25,000.00 and
  $100,000.00, and in accordance with the Small Business Competitiveness
  Demonstration Program is open to both small and large businesses.
  The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code
  for this acquisition is 23332 (formerly SIC Code 1522). The
  due date for offers is close of business March 19, 2001. Our
  office no longer issues solicitation or amendments in paper
  form. Instead, they may be accessed at the following websites:
  http://www.eps.gov or http://www.uscg.mil.mil/mlclant/ceucleveland.
  Offerors should register to receive notification of this solicitation.
  Any amendments issued to this solicitation will be posted solely
  on these websites. For potential printing sources, you may
  contact the website: http://www.uscg.mil/mlclant/ceucleveland
  (Contracting, Printing Sources). ATTENTION: Minority, Women-Owned
  and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs)! The Department
  of Transportation (DOT), offers working capital financing and
  bonding assistance for transportation related contracts. DOTs
  Bonding Assistance Program (BAP) offers bid, performance and
  payment bonds on contracts up to $1,000,000. DOTs Short-Term
  Lending Program (STLP) offers lines of credit to finance accounts
  receivable. Maximum line of credit is $500,000.00 with interest
  at the prime rate. For further information, call (800) 532-1169.
  Internet address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTCG83-01-Q-C47T01&L=256
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: BJarrell@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C423)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Contracting Officer 90C,
  VA Medical Center, Bldg 41, 2200 Ft Roots Dr., North Little
  Rock, AR 72114-1706
SUBJECT: Z--CLEANING/INSPECTING DIESEL FUEL TANKS
SOL RFQ 598-9-01
DUE 022001
POC Kim K. Foster (501)257-1032
DESC: Previous synopsis of this Soliciation referenced diesel
  fuel tanks of 30 gallon capacity. The correct capacity of each
  tank is 30,000 gallons. The response date remains unchanged.

EMAILADD: kim.foster@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail}
CITE: (W-031 SN50C425)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Medical Center, A&MMS(90),
  University & Woodland Avenues, Philadelphia, PA 19104
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND ALTERATION OF REAL PROPERTY
SOL IFB 642-03-01
DUE 032601
POC Loretta Devore, 215/823-5157
DESC: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment
  and superviion required to upgrade the emergency power to the
  Research Facility Bldg. #21 at the Philadelphia VA Medical
  Center. The work shall include but not limited to mechanical,
  electrical, architectural and minor landscapping. All work
  shall be done in strict accordance with the specifications
  and drawings provided. The estimated completion time for this
  project is 180 calendar days. The estimated construction cost
  range is between $500,000 - $1,000,000. The NAICS(National
  American Industry Classification System is #23332. All requests
  for bid packages must be submitted in writing. To request a
  solicitation package, send a non-refundable check made out
  to the VA Medical Center-Agent Cashier in the amount of $25.00.
  A limited number of packages will be available and will be
  issued on a first come basis. The tentative issue date for
  the packages is 02/26/01, tentative bid opening date is 03/26/01.
  No telephone requests will be accepted. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C407)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 10--FIN, ELEVATING ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0760-01-R-3187
DUE 031501
POC For Information Only, contact Billy R. Short, 614-692-2734;
  Fax, 614-692-3796
DESC: NSN 1075-00-564-6717, Fin, elevating assembly, 51/64 sweep
  wire. 377 ay to be delivered to San Diego, CA in 180 days after
  date of award. All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote
  which shall be considered. See notes 1, 9, 12 and 26. This
  solicitation is an RFP and will be available on the Internet
  at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp on its issue date of 15 Feb
  01. Hard copies of this solicitation are not available. The
  Small Business size standard is 500 employees. Drawings are
  posted with the solicitation on the DSCC solicitation web-site.
  If the drawings are not posted with the solicitation, see Clause
  L07 - Availability of Drawings for information on how to obtain
  the drawings. Federal, military and commercial specifications
  cannot be provided by DSCC. While price may be a significant
  factor in the evaluation of offers, the final award decision
  will be based upon a combination of price, delivery, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A2)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFRL - Eglin Research Site, 101 West Eglin Blvd, Suite 337,
  Eglin AFB, FL, 32542-6810
SUBJECT: 10--SMALL DIAMETER BOMB
SOL Reference-Number-AAC-AFRL-01-0001
DUE 021601
POC MiMi Martin, Contract Specialist, Phone 850-882-4294x3409,
  Email mimi.martin@eglin.af.mil - Karen Wagner, Contract Specialist,
  Phone 850-4294x3408, Email wagnerk@eglin.af.mil
DESC: The Air Armament Center, Armament Product Directorate (AAC/WM)
  and the Air Force Research Laboratory Flight Vehicles Integration
  Branch (AFRL/MNAV), located at Eglin AFB, FL are contemplating
  the release of a Request for Proposal (RFP) in late April 2001
  for a Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) transition program (formerly
  known as Miniaturized Munitions Capability). The intent behind
  the combined program is to enable a faster transition into
  an acquisition program. The SDB weapon system will provide
  the warfighter with increased kills per sortie on current and
  future manned and unmanned aircraft. The vision of the evolution
  of the program is that this first transition phase, Phase 0,
  will serve as a bridge to the formal acquisition program, which
  is envisioned to be a two-phased program to meet the warfighter_s
  operational requirements. Phase 0 will first establish an evolutionary
  design and development approach for an SDB and carriage system
  effective against fixed/stationary targets and mobile/relocatable
  targets. It is also the intent during this phase to conduct
  a system level validation against a fixed and mobile/relocatable
  target. Upon approval to start a formal acquisition program,
  the objective of Phase 1 of the acquisition program would be
  to continue development and begin production of the fixed/stationary
  variant followed by the development and production of the mobile/relocatable
  variant during Phase 2. The intent is to award up to two contracts
  for Phase 0 system design of an SDB system to meet operational
  requirements against fixed/stationary and cued mobile/relocatable
  targets, with options for system fabrication, ground and flight
  tests, and ATR algorithm development. The anticipated award
  date of resultant contract(s) is August 2001. It is further
  anticipated that the period of performance of the resultant
  contract(s) will be 43 months. ATTENTION POTENTIAL OFFERORS!
  The Government intends to conduct an Industry Day and "one-on-ones"
  to answer questions concerning this procurement on 22 February
  2001. Contractors wishing to attend Industry Day should contact
  Ms. MiMi Martin, (850) 882-4294, x3409 for directions and to
  confirm attendance. An Industry Day briefing will be held to
  discuss initial requirements, transition program (Phase 0)
  status and the tentative program approach. All interested companies
  are invited to attend and provide feedback on our strategy.
  Foreign firms wishing to attend should contact Ms. Martin,
  (850) 882-4294, x3409. Due to limited seating, contractors
  will be limited to four attendees per company. A question and
  answer interchange will follow the general session and a classified
  briefing will follow the question and answer session at Industry
  Day. The Security Classification Guide will be available for
  review at that time. Contractors wishing to attend the classified
  session must send security information to Ms. Martin at the
  following address: AFRL/MNK, 101 W. Eglin Blvd, Ste. 337, Eglin
  AFB, Florida, 32542-6810, or fax to 850-882-9599 no later than
  16 February 2001. Parties interested in scheduling a one-on-one
  meeting should call Mr. Ken Lockwood, Deputy Program Manager
  at (850) 882-4651 x3320 no later than 16 February 2001. A Small
  Diameter Bomb (SDB) Technical Library has been established
  and contains technical information relevant to this effort.
  Data and other information, which may be available for review
  or which may be produced under a resulting contract, may contain
  Military Critical Technology List (MCTL) information whose
  export is restricted by the Export Control laws and regulations.
  Only those firms who are on the Certified Contractor Access
  List may receive such information. Requests for certification
  and registration can be obtained from the U.S. Canada Joint
  Certification Office, formerly the Defense Logistics Service
  Center (DLSC), Federal Center, 74 North Washington, Battle
  Creek, MI 49016-3412 (telephone number is 1-800-352-3572).
  You may contact Mr. Ken Lockwood, Deputy Program Manager at
  (850) 882-4651 x3320, 101 West Eglin Blvd., Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6810,
  for information concerning the technical library and STINFO
  certification. At this time, we anticipate that this acquisition
  will be unrestricted, however, no final determination regarding
  foreign participation has been made. This announcement is for
  information and planning purposes only. It does not constitute
  an RFP and is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government.
  An Ombudsman has been appointed to address concerns from offerors
  or potential offerors during the proposal development phase
  of this acquisition. The Ombudsman does not diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, but communicates
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate Government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman shall maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Matters of
  a routine or administrative nature concerning this acquisition
  should not be addressed to the Ombudsman but rather to the
  Contracting Officer, Contract Specialist, or the Program Manager
  identified above. For any other concerns, interested parties
  may call the AAC Ombudsman, Dr. Mario J. Caluda, AAC/CD, Eglin
  Air Force Base, Florida,
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=Reference-Number-AAC-AFRL-01-0001&L=1362
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: mimi.martin@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3H8)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization
  Service, Procurement and Contracting Branch, 70 Kimball Avenue,
  South Burlington, VT 05403-6813
SUBJECT: 10--WEAPONS, BERETTA 96D PISTOL PARTS
SOL N/A
DUE 021401
POC Paul Shannon, Contract Specialist, 802-872-4111
DESC: The Immigration and Naturalization Service intends to obtain
  various parts for Beretta 96D, .40 S&W pistol, including latches,
  catches, springs, triggers, grips, bushings, and washers, from
  Beretta USA, 17601 Beretta Drive, Accokeek, MD 20607 using
  simplified acquisition procedures. Note 22 applies. Responses
  must be received within 15 days.
EMAILADD: Paul.A.Shannon@usdoj.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  E-Mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C397)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--INITIATOR CARTRIDGE ACTUATED
SOL F42630-01-Q-20511 01
POC Michael King/Wmk/[801]777-4245, For additional information
  contact Michael King/Wmk/[801]777-4245
DESC: Amendment, Synopsis requirements on F42630-01-Q-20511 have
  been added to F42630-01-R-20513. As a result of this transaction
  F42630-01-Q-20511 has been cancelled.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Michael.King@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X5)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--INITIATOR CARTRIDGE ACTUATED
SOL F42630-01-R-20513 01
POC Michael King/Wmk/[801]777-4245, For additional information
  contact Michael King/Wmk/[801]777-4245
DESC: Amendment, Synopsis requirements of Solcitation F42630-01-Q-20511
  and F42630-01-Q-20513 have been added to Solicitation F42630-01-R-20513.
  Total Quantity is now 100 ea. F42630-01-Q-20513 has been changed
  to F42630-01-R- 20513. As a result of this transaction F42630-01-Q-20513
  has been cancelled in its entirety.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Michael.King@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X8)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on January 30, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: US Army Operations Support Command, Attn: AMSOS-CCF-A,
  Rock Island, IL 61299-6500
SUBJECT: 13--M781, 40MM PRACTICE CARTRIDGE
SOL NA
DUE 022801
POC Contract Specialist: Rita Combs (309) 782-3605, Contracting
  Officer: Gary Meyer (309) 782-4942
DESC: M781, 40MM Practice Cartridge: The OSC is conducting a
  market survey to identify potential sources interested in manufacturing
  M781 Practice Rounds. This cartridge is a fixed round of ammunition
  consisting of a metal projectile body with a rotating band
  and a cartridge case assembly. A hollow plastic ogive is filled
  with a high visibility yellow-orange dye. The projectile assembly
  is attached to a cartridge case with an adhesive substance.
  The case is a hollow bichambered plastic cylinder. A .38 caliber
  blank cartridge is press-fitted into the base of the cartridge
  case, filled with M9 Flake Propellant that provides the gas
  pressure needed to propel the projectile through the M203 launcher
  barrel. This round provides an inexpensive simulation of the
  M433 High Explosive Round. This item is a 100% set-aside for
  small business contractors. This notice seeks interested producers
  for future requirements; responses are required in writing
  to the Contract Specialist listed above. A pre-solicitation
  advertisement will be issued in the Commerce Business Daily
  (CBD) prior to the issuance of a solicitation for the M781
  Practice Cartridge. A solicitation will not be issued as a
  result of this CBD notice.
CITE: (W-030 SN50C302)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 14--Guided Missiles
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 14--ARMING DEVICE, REMOTE LAUNCHER-TOW MISSILE
SOL DAAE07-01-Q-M057
POC Shirley Gharagozloo (810) 574-7434
DESC: Item: Arming Device, Remote Launcher. NSN: 1430-01-057-2629.
  Military P/N: 12266374. Qty: 10 Each. 100% Option. FOB: Destination.
  Technical data is competitive with specified purchased parts.
  See Note 1. The solicitation will be released to the TACOM
  website on or about 20 Feb 01. The quotation due date is on
  or about 22 Mar 01 (see solicitation for actual due date).
  All responsible sources may submit an offer, which will be
  considered. No hard copies of the solicitation will be issued;
  you must download it from the TACOM Acquisition Website: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunity.htm.

LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
  and awards.
EMAILADD: gharagos@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E9)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 15--COWLING
SOL N0038301QB139
DUE 031201
POC Contact Point, Thomas Rohan, 0231.16, (215)697-2326, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-1560-01-361-7332-BE, Ref Nr 123P10309-541, Qty 10
  EA , Delivery FOB Origin--Drwgs/specs not available, The subject
  item requires Government source approval prior to contract
  award, as the item is flight critical and/or the technical
  data available has not been determined adequate to support
  acquisition via full and open competition. Only the source(s)
  previously approved by the government for this item have been
  solicited. The time required for approval of a new source is
  normally such that award cannot be delayed pending approval
  of a new source. If you are not an approved source you must
  submit, together with your proposal, the information detailed
  in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C385)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--PANEL ASSEMBLY, FAIRING
SOL SP0470-01-R-1701
DUE 032301
POC Buyer: Suzanne Angus, 804-279-5410; Contrating Officer: Diane
  Sadler, 804-279-5754
DESC: NSN: 1560-00-012-8057; Nomenclature: Panel Assembly, Fairing;
  Configuration Control Applies; Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin
  Corp., Cage 98897; Part Number: 3W12030-102 Rev B'; Quantity:
  4 each plus 2 each First Article Testing; Unit of Issue: Each;
  Delivery To: New Cumberland, PA Requested Delivery: 120 days
  ARO for FAT and 180 days AFAA for production units; FOB: Destination,
  Inspection/Acceptance: Origin; 100% Small Business Set-Aside.
  Solicitation includes a 100% Quantity Option. Based upon market
  research, the Government is not using the policies contained
  in Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, in its solicitation
  for the described supplies or services. However, interested
  persons may identify to the Contracting Officer their interest
  and capability to satisfy the Government's requirement with
  a commercial item within 15 days of this notice. All responsible
  sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall
  be considered by the agency. This is a request for a written
  offer; please submit offers to the Bid Custodian, Cherie Wyatt,
  fax # (804) 279-4165, Buyer: Suzanne Angus, BM842. The solicitation
  issue date is 02/23/01. Technical Data Package Availability:
  Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the procurement
  described are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. The final contract award decision may be based
  upon a combination of price, past performance and other evaluation
  factors as described in the solicitation. Solicitation Issue
  Date 2/23/01. A copy of the solicitation will be available
  via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document format (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters. 
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EMAILADD: sangus@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--DOOR, ACCESS
SOL SP0470-01-R-1746
DUE 031501
POC Glenn A. Poole, Contracting Officer, phone 804-279-3888,
  fax 804-279-6478
DESC: Solicitation for NSN 1560-01-044-8047 / YPG01011000844.
  Boeing (82918) part number 10-60031-503 Rev AL. The Defense
  Supply Center Richmond does not have currently approved technical
  data for this NSN. Please do not submit requests for data to
  DSCR. This procurement is restricted to the only approved source.
  All others wishing to be considered must submit a complete
  technical data package for review. This solicitation will result
  in an indefinite delivery contract with a base year and four
  option years. The ordering limitations for the base and option
  years are as follows: Guaranteed Buy Quantity 207 / Minimum
  Ordering Qty 69 / Maximum Ordering Qty 828 / Maximum Contract
  Qty 1656 for the base year and for the option years. The estimated
  annual quantity for the base and option years is 828 each.
  The requested delivery schedule is 200 days after receipt of
  order. ABVS applies, the final contract award decision may
  be based upon a combination of price, past performance and
  other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  See note 26. All responsible sources may submit an offer that
  will be considered. To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350;
  send a request by FAX to 804-279-4165; or mail a request to:
  DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. The solicitation issue date is February 15,
  2001. 
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EMAILADD: gapoole@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--DUCT ASSEMBLY, AIR CONDITIONING
SOL SP0470-01-R-1745
DUE 031501
POC Kathleen Peterson, Contract Specialist Phone 804-279-4684,
  Fax 804-279-6478
DESC: Solicitation for NSN 1560-01-173-5425 / YPG01017000619.
  Part #: 50-1532-6 Drawing #: NR (81205) 50-1532 REV E. Drawings,
  interim procurement descriptions and deviation lists may be
  examined or obtained from Defense Supply Center Richmond. Rights
  Guard data restrictions apply. Export Control Applies. A Mylar
  Applies. Configuration Control Applies. This solicitation will
  result in an indefinite delivery contract with a base year
  and four option years. The ordering limitations for the base
  and option years are as follows: Guaranteed Buy Quantity 2
  / Minimum Ordering Qty 2 / Maximum Ordering Qty 8 / Maximum
  Contract Qty 18 for the base year and for the option years.
  The estimated annual quantity for the base and option years
  is 18 each. The requested delivery schedule is 180 days after
  receipt of order. ABVS applies, the final contract award decision
  may be based upon a combination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  See note 26. All responsible sources may submit an offer that
  will be considered. To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350;
  send a request by FAX to 804-279-4165; or mail a request to:
  DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. The solicitation issue date is February 15,
  2001.   
LINKURL: http://progate.daps.mil/home
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kpeterson@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--HYD FLUID FLT CONTROLS FILTER ELEMENT
SOL SP0475-01-R-1762
DUE 032201
POC Denise Sanders, BD611, 804-279-4415; Contracting Officer
  Jacquelyn Harris, 804-279-5232
DESC: NSN 1650-01-072-5800, YPG00340002204, HYD Fluid, FLT Controls,
  Filter Element. Lockheed Martin, CAGE 81755, DWG 16VH018, Rev
  K, AL/PL Rev H. Critical Application Item. Configuration Control
  Applies. Engineering source approval by the design control
  activity applies. Total Quantity: Indefinite Quantity Contract.
  Guaranteed minimum is 555 each. Estimated Annual Demand is
  1050 each. Minimum Quantity per order is 212 each. Origin Inspection
  I/A/W QAP 003 required. FOB Origin, Line item delivery will
  be determined with each delivery order. Deliver within 90 days.
  This is a request for a written quote, please submit offers
  to fax # (804) 279-6078, ATTN: Denise Sanders, BD611. Anticipated
  Award Date: June 03, 2001. Technical Data Package Availability:
  DSCR does not currently have an approved technical data package
  available for this NSN. Please do not submit a request to DSCR-VABA.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered.
  Note 26 applies to this procurement.
EMAILADD: dsanders@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--WINDOW PANEL, AIRCRAFT 
SOL FPG01019000951
DUE 021501
POC Carl Allen, contract specialist: (804) 279-5007 / fax (804)
  279-6482
DESC: This synopsis is to serve as a notification of intent with
  regards to NSN 1560-00-506-1614, p/n 65-3062-501, window panel,
  aircraft. Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are not available and cannot be furnished
  by the Government. Please do not submit requests for technical
  data to the Defense Supply Center Richmond. The Government
  has experienced a sudden increase in demands on this item.
  A long-term contract exists for this item, however, the quantities
  set forth by the contract are not sufficient to meet the Government's
  increased demands. The Government is exploring whether other
  sources exist for this item. The estimated increase in quantity
  is 200 per year. Should the Government receive no response
  to this synopsis, a solicitation will not be released and the
  existing contract will be modified to increase the quantities.
  The intended date for this action is February 15, 2001. Any
  firm wishing to provide an offer will be required to submit
  a complete source approval package prior to receiving a solicitation.

EMAILADD: cdallen@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I9)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--PISTON, HYDRAULIC!!
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0330!!
DUE 022801
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, Fax Number 256-955-9220!!
DESC: NSN: 1650-01-163-4533, PN: 289341-1, Quantity: 121 each
  for base with a 100% option for 2 years, applicable to the
  APACHE. F.O.B. Origin with delivery to Texarkana, TX. Required
  delivey is 121 each 210 (DACA) Days After Contract. This item
  is restricted to McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co.,McDonnell
  Douglas Helicopter, 5000 East McDowell Road, Mesa, AZ 85215-9797
  and Parker Hannifin Corp., Control Systems Div., 14300 Alton
  Pky, Irvine, CA 92618-1814. The closing date annotated is an
  estimated date and may be adjusted dependent upon the date
  of release of solicitation, however, solicitation will not
  close prior to the closing dated stated above. All offerors
  must meet prequalification requirements in order to be eligible
  for award. The rights to use the data needed to purchase this
  part from additional source(s) is not owned by the Government
  and cannot be purchased, developed or otherwise obtained. It
  is uneconomical to revers engineer this part. Firms that recognize
  and can produce the required item described above are encouraged
  to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged to seek source
  approval in order to compete for future solicitations by accessing
  the website www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/ . Foreign firms are
  reminded that all requests for solicitation must be processed
  through their respective embassies. Adequate technical data
  is not available for this acquisition. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered by the Agency.
  No telephone request will be accepted. You may FAX or mail
  your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-A,Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting
  Officer on FAX number 256-955-9220.  NOTES: 22 and 26  

CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Y6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--HOUSING, FILTER RUDDER
SOL SP0475-01-R-1660
DUE 021501
POC David Christy, Contract Specialist, (804) 279-3708; Jackie
  Harris, Contracting Officer, (804) 279-5232, DSCR-JUPB, FAX
  (804) 279-3883
DESC: NSN 1650-01-479-0328; YPG00357000762; Item: Housing, Filter
  Rudder; Moog Inc. (Cage 0ZWK8), P/N 3189621-1. Specifications,
  plans or drawings relating to this procurement described are
  not available and cannot be furnished by the government. Other
  than full and open competition. Origin inspection required.
  Delivery requested: 120 DARO; Quantity: 135 each, Line 0001
  for 135 each to be delivered to New Cumberland PA. Critical
  application item. 100% option applies. See notes 22 and 26.

LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: dchristy@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--SHAFT ASSEMBLY, FLIGHT
SOL SP0460-01-R-1766
DUE 031901
POC Vanessa Jones PH (804)279-3638
DESC: NSN 1680-01-159-4607, Shaft Assembly, Flight, IAW Sikorsky
  Aircraft Corp, CAGE Code 78286, P/N 70400-22108-047. Total
  Qty = 57 each. Line Item 0001 Qty = 31 each and Line Item 0002
  Qty = 26 each. Critical Application Item. Origin Inspection
  I/A/W QAP 106 Required. Delivery at origin, Line Item 0001
  Parcel Post Address: Def Dist Depot San Joaquin, Transportation
  Officer, P.O. Box 960001, Stockton, CA 95296-0130; Freight
  Shipping Address: Def Dist Depot San Joaquin, 25600 S Chrisman
  Road, Tracy, CA 95376-5000. Parcel Post Address: Transportation
  Officer, DDSP New Cumberland Facility, Building Mission Door
  113-134, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001; Freight Shipping Address:
  Transportation Officer, DDSP New Cumberland Facility, Building
  Mission Door 113-134, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001. The Defense
  Supply Center Richmond (DSCR) intends to award a firm fixed
  price contract with a 100% quantity option under NSN 1680-01-159-4607.
  Delivery is within 180 days ARO. This is a request for a written
  quote. If your company is not an approved source of supply
  for this item, please submit a complete technical data package
  with your offer. TDP Instructions can be found at (email address:
  http://www.navicp.navy.mil/). Technical Data Package Availability:
  DSCR does NOT currently have an approved technical data package
  available for this NSN. Please do NOT submit request to DSCR-VABA.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered.
  Notes 9, 22 and 26 apply to this procurement.
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: vjones@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--PANEL, STRUCTURAL, AI
SOL SP0460-01-R-1767
DUE 031501
POC Vanessa Jones PH (804) 279-3638
DESC: NSN 1560-01-407-4948, Panel, Structural, AI IAW Sikorsky
  Aircraft, Cage 78286, Part Number 70550-82171-043. Total Qty
  = 43 each. Line Item 0001 = 43 each. Critical Application Item.
  Origin Inspection I/A/W QAP 003 Required. Delivery at origin,
  Line Item 0001 - Parcel Post Address: Distribution Depot San
  Joaquin, Trans Ofc P.O. Box 960001, Stockton, CA 95296-0130;
  Freight Shipping Address: Defense Dist Depot San Joaquin, 25600
  S. Chrisman Road, Rec Whse 10, Tracy, CA 95376-5000. Production
  delivery is within 180 days ARO. This is a request for a written
  quote. The Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR) intends to
  award a firm fixed price contract with a 100% increased quantity
  option under this NSN. If your company is not an approved source
  of supply for this item, please submit a complete technical
  data package with your offer. Technical Data Package Availability:
  DSCR does NOT currently have an approved technical data package
  available for this NSN. Please do NOT submit your request to
  DSCR-VABA. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  will be considered. Notes 9, 22 and 26 apply to this procurement.

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LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: vjones@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--SPIDER, LOWER MAIN T
SOL DAAH23-01-Q-0330
DUE 031901
POC Margaret King, (256) 955-9106
DESC: PRON: AX148902AX, NSN: 1615-00-924-7749, APN: 204-040-785-3,
  Quantity: 9 each, applicable to the UH-1 Airframe/Power Train
  Unit. Shipment is F.O.B. origin with delivery to Lawrence,
  NY. This item is limited to Bell Helicopter Textron Inc., 600
  E. Hurst Blvd., Hurst, TX 76503. Required delivery without
  FAT is 9 each 250 DACA. Point of Contact: Margaret King, Telefax:
  (256) 955-9106; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-S. All offerors must meet
  prequalification requirements in order to be eligible for award.
  This part requires engineering source approval by the design
  control activity in order to maintain the quality of the part.
  Existing unique design capability, engineering skills, and
  manufacturing knowledge by the qualified source(s) require
  acquisition of the part from the approved source(s). Firms
  that recognize and can produce the required item described
  above are encouraged to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by accessing the website www.Redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking
  under SAR information. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer, which shall be considered by the Agency. Foreign Firms
  are reminded that all requests for solicitation must be processed
  through their respective embassies. No telephone request will
  be accepted. The closing date annotated is an estimated date
  and may be adjusted dependent upon the date of release of solicitation;
  however, solicitation will not close prior to the closing date
  started above. You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: Margaret
  King, Contracting Officer, FAX (256) 955-7737. See Numbered
  Notes 22, 23, and 26.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Army Robert Morris Acquisition Center Natick, ATTN:
  AMSSB-ACN, Natick, MA 01760-5011
SUBJECT: 16--ENHANCED CONTAINER DELIVERY SYSTEM (ECDS)
SOL N/A
DUE 030101
POC Takis Blanas
DESC: The US Army Soldier Biological and Chemical Command (SBCCOM)
  hereby amends CBD notice published January 29, 2001, Submission
  Number 50C1E1. The first sentence is changed to read as follows:
  "The US Army Soldier Biological and Chemical Command (SBCCOM)
  is seeking technical information on an Enhanced Container Delivery
  System (ECDS) or system components that could be used for aerial
  delivery of preplanned and emergency supply loads for combat
  and support operations". Sentence number (1) describing the
  ECDS capabilities is changed to read as follows: "Compatible
  with all 463L rail systems as currently equipped on fixed wing
  aircraft and sling load compatible with rotary wing aircraft".
   Sentence number (5) describing the ECDS capabilities is changed
  to read as follows: "Must be compatible with Army Materiel
  Handling Equipment (MHE), with United States Air Force (USAF)
  cargo aircraft and aerial port Cargo Materiel Handling Equipment
  (CMHE), forkliftable and sling-loadable. Furthermore, future
  ECDS upgrades may include drop zone recovery compatibility
  with the Palletized Loading System (PLS)". Sentence number
  (6) describing the ECDS capabilities is changed to read as
  follows: "Provide a maximum rigged weight capacity of 10,000
  lbs (threshold) and 15,000 lbs (objective) with a minimum requirement
  of 5,000 lbs". Sentence number (10) describing the ECDS capabilities
  is changed to read as follows: "Allow for the delivery of single
  mass and modular loads at the maximum rigged weight allowance".
  Sentence number (18) describing the ECDS capabilities is changed
  to read as follows: "Capable of gravity release at conventional
  airspeeds with ability of future conversation/upgrade to parachute
  extraction method". The first sentence following the ECDS capabilities
  is changed to read as follows: "In addtion, technical information
  concerning high-altitude precision airdrops with ECDS as well
  as a low cost, one time use ECDS variant could be supplied
  for addressing future system requirements". The Response Date
  is hereby changed from 030100 to 030101.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3P9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--FAIRING ASSY, TAIL ROTOR
SOL SP0460-01-R-1768
DUE 031501
POC Vanessa Jones PH (804)279-3638
DESC: NSN 1615-01-114-6181, Fairing Assy, Tail Rotor IAW Sikorsky
  Aircraft, Cage 78286, Part Number 70104-11104-044. Total Qty
  = 127 each. Line Item 0001 = 127 each. Critical Application
  Item. Origin Inspection I/A/W QAP 106 Required. Delivery at
  origin, Line Item 0001 - Parcel Post Address: Distribution
  Depot San Joaquin, Trans Ofc P.O. Box 960001, Stockton, CA
  95296-0130; Freight Shipping Address: Defense Dist Depot San
  Joaquin, 25600 S. Chrisman Road, Rec Whse 10, Tracy, CA 95376-5000.
  Production delivery is within 180 days ARO. This is a request
  for a written quote. The Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR)
  intends to award a firm fixed price contract with a 100% increased
  quantity option under this NSN. If your company is not an approved
  source of supply for this item, please submit a complete technical
  data package with your offer. Technical Data Package Availability:
  DSCR does NOT currently have an approved technical data package
  available for this NSN. Please do NOT submit your request to
  DSCR-VABA. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  will be considered. Notes 9, 22 and 26 apply to this procurement.
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LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: vjones@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--COVER, GEAR BOX, AIRC
SOL SP0460-01-R-1769
DUE 031501
POC Vanessa Jones PH (804)279-3638
DESC: NSN 1615-01-283-3726, Cover, Gear Box, Airc, IAW Sikorsky
  Aircraft Corp, CAGE Code 78286, P/N S6135-20017-044. Total
  Qty = 5 each. Line Item 0001 Qty = 5 each. Critical Application
  Item. Origin Inspection I/A/W QAP 003 Required. Delivery at
  origin, Line Item 0001 Parcel Post Address: Transportation
  Officer, DDSP New Cumberland Facility, Building Mission Door
  113-134, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001; Freight Shipping Address:
  Transportation Officer, DDSP New Cumberland Facility, Building
  Mission Door 113-134, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001. The Defense
  Supply Center Richmond (DSCR) intends to award a firm fixed
  price contract with a 100% quantity option under NSN 1615-01-283-3726.
  ITEM IS SOURCE SOURCE TO SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT. Delivery is within
  180 days ARO. This is a request for a written quote. If your
  company is not an approved source of supply for this item,
  please submit a complete technical data package with your offer.
  TDP Instructions can be found at (email address: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/).
  Technical Data Package Availability: DSCR does NOT currently
  have an approved technical data package available for this
  NSN. Please do NOT submit request to DSCR-VABA. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer which will be considered. Notes
  9, 22 and 26 apply to this procurement.
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LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: vjones@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Special Operations Command, Attn: AMSAM-AR-Z-A-K,
  Bldg 401, Lee Blvd., Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5577
SUBJECT: 16--DIGITAL MAP SOFTWARE UPGRADE
SOL USZA95-01-R-0020
DUE 031201
POC Linda Diedrich 757-878-5223, x240, Mark Alderson, 757-878-3299,
  x234
DESC: Digital Map Computer Software Upgrade for the Special Operations
  Aircraft, MH-47E and MH-60K. The Government does not own the
  data to permit full and open competition. Firms that recognize
  and can provide the services necessary to change this software
  are encouraged to identify themselves to the contracting officer
  who can provide additional information regarding this requirement.
  Anticipate delivery of upgraded software within six months
  after contract award. When calling be prepared to state firm's
  name, address, solicitation number and telephone number/email
  address. Pursuant to FAR 6.302(a)(1), the intened source is
  Harris Corporation, Government Communications Systems Division,
  Melbourne, Florida, 32902-0037. All responsible sources may
  submit an offer which shall be considered by the agency. See
  Note 22. 
EMAILADD: ldiedric@tapo.eustis.army.mil; malderson@tapo.eustis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--ROTOR DISC BRAKE
SOL F42630-01-Q-21412 01
POC Kathy Telford/Likl/[801]777-6760, For additional information
  contact Kathy Telford/Likl/[801]777-6760
DESC: Amendment, Synopsis F42630-01-Q-21412 has been changed
  to F42630-01-R- 21412. As a result of this transaction F42630-01-Q-21412
  has been cancelled in its entirety.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Kathy.Telford@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--TORQUE ARM LOWER
SOL F42630-01-Q-23599 01
POC Kathy Goss/Likl/[801]777-4707, For additional information
  contact Kathy Goss/Likl/[801]777-4707
DESC: Amendment, F42630-01-Q-23599 is 100% Small Business Set-Aside.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Kathy.Goss@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--CONTROL ASSEMBLY, CH-47
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0123
DUE 031501
POC James Adams, Contracting Officer, Fax Number 256-955-9220
DESC: J-Aviation maintenance, overhaul/repair for urgently need
  items. The contractor shall furnish all depot level labor,
  facilities, special tooling, test equipment and materials for
  maintenance, overhaul/repair of the Control Assembly, CH-47,
  Input/Output NSN: 1660-01-115-3636, Input/Output P/N: B65C30.
  The Government intends to award a Firm-Fixed Price; Indefinite
  Delivery Indefinite Quantity type contract, with a minimum
  quantity of 10 each and a maximum quantity of 130 each. This
  is a fully competitive requirement. The overhaul/repair will
  be accomplished in accordance with Depot Maintenance Work Requirement
  55-1680-225 dated 15 Dec 1986, with changes 1 and 2. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer, which may be considered by the
  Agency. This requirement is currently unfunded. Award will
  be withheld pending receipt of sufficient funds. No telephone
  request will be accepted. Request will be by datafax or mail
  only. You may datafax or mail your request to, ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-M,
  James Adams, Contracting Officer at (256) 955-9220. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C416)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: ASC/YPKD 1981 Monahan Way WPAFB, OH., 45433
SUBJECT: 16--ON-BOARD OXYGEN GENERATING SYSTEMS (OBOGS)
SOL OBOGSII
DUE 030201
POC  CO is SANDY PALMATIER, BUYER is TIM WHITE.,(937) 656-6077,
  (937) 656-6068.
DESC: Background "DESC: The F-16 System Program Office, ASC/YP,
  is contemplating acquisition of up to one thousand two hundred
  and sixty five (1,265) on-board oxygen generating systems (OBOGS)
  retrofit kits and asso- ciated equipment for integration into
  F-16C/D model aircraft for the United States Air Force. The
  OBOGS retrofit kits will be procured in diffe- rent option
  quantities, by squadron, as funding becomes available. A sole
  source contract is anticipated to be awarded to Lockheed Martin
  Aeronautics Company, Fort Worth, Texas, in late FY01. The contract
  will include non-recurring engineering as well as retrofit
  kits. System deliveries would begin in November of 2003. The
  purpose of this synopsis is not a request for competitive proposals.
  However, all responses received within 30 days of this synopsis
  will be considered by the Government. The contractor will be
  required to provide the material, factory test equipment, assembly
  per- sonnel, program management, data management, hardware
  engineering, facilities, staff, and other equipment and services
  necessary to fabricate, assemble, test, and develop retrofit
  methodology to integrate the OBOGS into the aircraft. The contractor
  should include the following in his response: 1) identification
  of key management and program personnel with a resume of their
  pre- vious experience, 2) identification of retrofit experience,
  3) evidence of capability to perform successfully within the
  above described parame- ters, and 4) size status in relation
  to NAICS 336413. Subcontracting opportunities for subsystems
  or other line replaceable units related to this pro- curement
  may be addressed to Mr. Jim Randle at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
  Company, P.O. Box 748, Fort Worth, TX 76101, (817) 762-1603.
  Direct all requests for solicitations and routine communications
  pertaining to this acquisition to Mr. Tim White, Contract Negotiator,
  ASC/YPKD, 1981 Monahan Way, Building 12, Wright-Patterson AFB,
  OH 45433-7205, (937) 656-6068, timothy.white@wpafb.af.mil.
  ** See applicable Notes 22 and 26 and Local Note H.** "
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/OBOGSII/OBOGSII.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Sandy.Palmatier@wpafb.af.mil, Timothy.White@wpafb.af.mil.
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C301)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Procurement
  Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812
SUBJECT: 17--SHUTTLELIFT 3340 CARRYDECK CRANE
SOL 1-1-T7-D2238
DUE 021601
POC  Betty C. Kilpatrick, Contract Specialist, Phone (256) 544-0310,
  Fax (256) 544-4080, Email betty.kilpatrick@msfc.nasa.gov -
  George E. Pendley, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-2949,
  Fax (256) 544-2812, Email george.pendley@msfc.nasa.gov
DESC: This notice is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This procurement is being conducted under the
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). "Shuttlelift 3340
  Carrydeck Crane Cap 18,000 lbs, 12' offsettable boom extention
  cummins diesel 80 hp. four wheel sterring (including crab sterring)
  enclose D Cab w/heater right side window windshield wiper independent
  outrigger control amber flashing light rear pintle hitch" The
  provisions and clauses in the RFQ are those in effect through
  FAC 97-21. This procurement is a total small business set-aside.
  See Note 1. The NAICS Code and the small business size standard
  for this procurement are333923 and 500, respectively. The quoter
  shall state in their quotation their size status for this procurement.
  All qualified responsible business sources may submit a quotation
  which shall be considered by the agency. Delivery to Marshall
  Space Flight Center, AL 35812 is required within 30 days ARO.
  Delivery shall be FOB Destination. The DPAS rating for this
  procurement is DO-C9 Quotations for the items(s) described
  above are due by February 8, 2001 and may be mailed or faxed
  to Betty C. Kilpatrick, 256-544-4080 (fax) of mail PS52-G,
  MSFC, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812 and include, solicitation
  number, FOB destination to this Center, proposed delivery schedule,
  discount/payment terms, warranty duration (if applicable),
  taxpayer identification number (TIN), identification of any
  special commercial terms, and be signed by an authorized company
  representative. Quoters are encouraged to use the Standard
  Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items
  form found at URL: http://procure.arc.nasa.gov/Acq/Forms/Index.html
  to submit a quotation. Quoters shall provide the information
  required by FAR 52.212-1.Addenda to FAR 52.212-1 with the exception
  of (d), (h), and (i). If the end product(s) quoted is other
  than domestic end product(s) as defined in the clause entitled
  "Buy American Act -- Supplies," the quoter shall so state and
  shall list the country of origin. The Representations and Certifications
  required by FAR 52.2l2-3 may be obtained via the internet at
  URL: http://ec.msfc.nasa.gov/msfc/pub/reps_certs/sats/ FAR
  52.212-4 is applicable. Addenda to FAR 52.212-4 are as follows:
  52.211-15 FAR 52.212-5 is applicable and the following identified
  clauses are incorporated by reference. 52.212-5(b), 52.222.35,
  52.222-36, 52.222-27, 52.225-3, and 52.232-34. The FAR may
  be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.arnet.gov/far/
  The NFS may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/procurement/regs/nfstoc.htm
  Questions regarding this acquisition must be submitted in writing
  no later than February 1, 2001. Selection and award will be
  made (on an aggregate basis) to the lowest priced, technically
  acceptable quoter. Technical acceptability will be determined
  by information submitted by the quoter providing a description
  in sufficient detail to show that the product quoted meets
  the Government's requirement. Quoters must provide copies of
  the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications
  - Commercial Items with their quote. See above for where to
  obtain copies of the form via the Internet. An ombudsman has
  been appointed - See NASA Specific Note "B". It is the quoter's
  responsibility to monitor the following Internet site for the
  release of amendments (if any): http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=62
  Potential quoters will be responsible for downloading their
  own copy of this combination synopsis/solicitation and amendments
  (if any). Any referenced notes can be viewed at the following
  URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=62#1-1-T7-D2238
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: betty.kilpatrick@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3E4)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 17--WHEEL, TOWBAR
SOL SP0490-01-R-1509
DUE 031501
POC Karen Spence/CLC04/804-279-5388/Fax:804-279-5933/K.O.: Richard
  Rosanelli
DESC: Modification of notification for SP0490-01-R-1509. Issued
  date changed to read 15 Feb 01; closing date changed to read
  15 Mar 01. Add the following: A copy of the solicitation
  will be available via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document formate (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E6)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 18--Space Vehicles--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  SMC - Space & Missiles System Center, 2420 Vela Way, Suite
  2420, El Segundo, CA, 90245-4659
SUBJECT: 18--CONTINUED OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT TO
  THE ATTACK AND LAUNCH EARLY REPORTING TO THEATER (ALERT) CENTRAL
  THEATER PROCESSING PROGRAM
SOL Reference-Number-17
DUE 040501
POC Arlene Dudley, Contracting Officer, Phone (310) 363-5671,
  Email arlene.dudley@losangeles.af.mil - Roslyn Austin-Stewart,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (310)363-5500, Email
DESC: Provide continued operations and maintenance support to
  the Attack and Launch Early Reporting to Theater (ALERT) Central
  Theater Processing Program (CTPP) system until the Space Based
  Infrared Systems (SBIRS) High, Increment 1, Mission Control
  System (MCS) reaches Initial Operational Capability (IOC) and
  has demonstrated stability and maturity. Air Force Space Command
  (AFSPC) requires a bridge between the ALERT system and SBIRS
  High, Increment 1, to ensure uninterrupted operational capability.
  The ALERT system is the operational processing segment of the
  Theater Missile Defense (TMD) system. This acquisition will
  provide a continuation of non-personal, technical service to
  ensure proper operations and maintenance support to the Defense
  Support Program ALERT program. Aerojet Electronics Systems
  has supplied this support since contract inception in 1995.
  The system has a 7-day per week, 24 hour per day operational
  requirement. This acquisition will extend the support to provide
  continued hardware and software maintenance support. The ALERT
  system will require the continued operations and maintenance
  (O&M) function to continue unimpeded for at least 6 months
  after SBIRS High IOC, Increment 1, or until adequate system
  operation and function have been established. To compete such
  a highly specialized service would result in unacceptable duplication
  of cost. If competed, the reproduction and acquisition of data,
  telemetry information, computers, facilities, a special compartmented
  information facility, communication lines, and antennas, would
  result in unacceptable costs for such a limited period of performance.
  Estimates of such an effort based on industry data suggest
  a cost of approximately $20M. Any contractor assuming responsibility
  for the ALERT system on 1 October 2001 must be fully trained
  and prepared to sustain the systems on the first day. There
  will be no transition period. The contract is Cost Plus Award
  Fee. The proposed basic effort will commence 01 October 2001
  and continue through 30 September 2002. There will also be
  an additional effort for the required deactivation of the ALERT
  system. Exercise of the options will be subject to availability
  of funds and SBIRS High, Increment 1, demonstrated performance.
  There is an AFSPC requirement for parallel operation of the
  ALERT system with the SBIRS MCS for at least 6 months after
  the IOC. This synopsis is for information and planning purposes
  only; it does not constitute a Request for Proposal. For planning
  purposes, an RFP may be released on or about 05 March 2001,
  with an estimated contract award date on or about 01 September
  2001. The Government will not recognize any cost associated
  with the submission of a Statement of Capabilities (SOC). Information
  received will be considered solely for the purpose of determining
  whether to conduct a competitive procurement. Thus, potential
  bidders should note that all options may or may not be exercised.
  The level of effort required to support mission success has
  been defined. The acquisition will include the same level of
  effort as the current CTPP contract effort O&M activities.
  The letter regarding concurrent fact finding will be released
  approximately 30 days from the date of this notice. Potential
  bidders should respond with a Statement of Capabilities (SOC)
  no later than 05 April 2001. Total page count of the SOC should
  not exceed 50 pages. The Government will notify contractors
  submitting a SOC of their status. In the event that no other
  potential offerors respond, the Government intends to award
  to the incumbent contractor. All written responses shall be
  submitted to SMC/MTKD, 185 Discoverer Blvd., Suite 2512, El
  Segundo, CA 90245-4695, Attn: Ms Arlene Dudley, Contracting
  Officer. Paper copies of CTPP requirement documents are available.
  Documents are accessible by contacting the program office technical
  point of contact. All visitor clearances should be faxed to
  the Visitor Control Center at (310) 363-6882. Visitor requests
  should specify Attn: Tommy Le, Technical Document Library.
  Since access to classified and critical technologies will be
  required for this effort, we expect that foreign contractors
  will be authorized only for non-restricted portions of the
  acquisition. Direct technical questions to Mr Vincent Perez,
  (310) 363-1049 (Vincent.Perez@losangeles.af.mil), and contractual
  questions to Ms Arlene Dudley. All future announcements, updates,
  and unclassified information for this program will be available
  on the SBIRS Program Office home page of the World Wide Web
  (http://www.laafb.af.mil/SMC/MT/Sbirs.htm). This process is
  subject to change. Note 26
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=Reference-Number-17&L=901
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: arlene.dudley@losangeles.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3H4)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supply Department, U S Naval Academy, 181 Wainwright
  Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5007
SUBJECT: 19--SHIPS, SMALL CRAFT
SOL N0016101Q0063
DUE 021901
POC Mrs Wilma Phoebus, Contract Specialist 410-293-3398 Fax 410-293-5293
DESC: Procurement of a quantity of 22 Intercollegiate 420 class
  Sailboats fully rigged with mast, boom, fittings, centerboard
  and rudder less mainsail and jib. Full description: Club 420
  class sailboat. Molded fiberglass sloop. Crew of 2. Length
  overall 13' 9" beam, 5' 5" draft, 3' 2" with centerboard down.
  Sail area: main/jib 110 square feet, spinnaker 95 square feet.
  Hull weight 230 pounds. Built by Vanguard Sailboats. It is
  the intention of the Government to award a contract on a sole
  source basis to Vanguard Sailboats Inc, 200 Highpoint Ave,
  Portsmouth RI 02871 pursuant to FAR 6.302-1. The proposed contract
  action is for merchandise for which the Government intends
  to solicit and negotiate with only one source under authority
  of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may identify their interest
  and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals.
  However, all proposals received within 15 days after date of
  publication of this synopsis will be considered by the Government.
  A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed
  contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within
  the discretion of the Government. Information received will
  normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining
  whether to conduct a competitive procurement. This solicitation
  closes on Monday, 19 February 2001 at the close of business
  (1530, and should be sent to the attention of Mrs. Wilma Phoebus
  at the following address: Supply Department, U S Naval Academy,
  181 Wainwright Road, Annapolis MD 21402-5007 or to the following
  fax number: 410-293-5293. Quotes shall also include quoter's
  Tax Payer Identification Number, Dun & Bradstreet Number, and
  status of registration in the DOD Central Contractor Registration
  Database.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding C&R, USN, PO Box 215, Portsmouth,
  VA, 23705-0215
SUBJECT: 19--YRBM(L)-28, SSP 110-01, RAV
SOL N62678-01-R-0069
DUE 031201
POC Clarice Turner, Contract Specialist, (757) 396-5041 ext.
  420
DESC: Exterior and interior preservation, fan motor overhauls,
  and PRC repairs. To qualify for an award under this solicitation,
  the offeror must execute a current NAVSEA Agreement for Boat
  Repair (ABR). If not previously done, adequate time must exist
  to allow proper assessment of the contractor's data. Contractor's
  inspection is tentatively set for 15 February 2001 at the U.S.
  Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek Norfolk, VA. The availability
  dates are tentatively set for 30 April 2001 through 10 August
  2001 with the work to take place at the contractor's plant.
  This solicitation is unrestricted.
LINKURL: http://po7.repair.navy.mil/db-cgi/cgiwrap/solicit/synopsis.pl
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: TurnerCJ@supship.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S9)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, 4301 Pacific
  Highway, San Diego, CA 92110-3127
SUBJECT: 19--REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE (ROV)
SOL N00039-01-R-2222
POC David Bodner (619) 524-7193
DESC: The Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command, PMW 181, has
  a requirement to purchase a cable burial system, comprised
  of a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), with associated peripherals,
  to be operated from the USNS Zeus. We are interested in buying
  a proven model. All interested parties should view the Statement
  of Need at the web page included in this announcement and submit
  a short qualifications statement David Bodner. Be sure to tell
  us whether you are a small business, small disadvantaged business,
  or subject to any other socioeconomic preference program. Please
  have your qualifications statement into us by 16 February 2001.

LINKURL: https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil/command/02/acq/NAVbusopor.nsf/eaf6543f338122cf8825675c006f8a9f/30893f71b441d1ec882569e4006fcdea?OpenDocument
LINKDESC: 
  potential procurement.
EMAILADD: bodnerd@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U6)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: 20--20' INFLATABLE SHIPBOARD DEPLOYMENT POOLS
SOL N66001-01-Q-A155
DUE 021601
POC Purchasing Agent, Melissa Dolan (619) 553-6336, Contracting
  Officer, Sylvia Proffit, (619) 553-3292
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation prepared in accordance
  with FAR Part 13. No RFQ will be prepared or made available
  for distribution. Interested parties should respond to this
  notice by email to the individual below, or by facsimile to
  the number below. The government is seeking competitive bids
  for a quantity of 5 20' Inflatable Shipboard Deployment Pools
  built in accordance with SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego Drawing
  0131604. For a copy of drawing package, email request to dolanm@spawar.navy.mil.
  Award will be made based on technically acceptable, responsive,
  responsible low bid. Competitive awards may also be subject
  to the evaluation criteria specified in the Navy's Red, Yellow,
  Green Program. Evaluation criteria will be made available upon
  request. The anticipated award date is 22 FEB 01. Facsimile
  quotations may be sent to (619) 553-1062. Questions may be
  directed to Melissa Dolan (619) 553-6336, email: dolanm@spawar.navy.mil.
  Note 1 applies. See numbered notes from any Monday edition
  of the CBD. The applicable North American Industry Classification
  Code is 325212, the size standard is 1000 employees. Note:
  The full text of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) can
  be accessed on the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/.
  Offerors must complete and submit with their quote, a copy
  of 52.219-1 Alt I/II, Small Business Program Representations.
  Central Contractor Registration is required for resulting award.
  Information may be found at http://www.ccr2000.com/.   
CITE: (W-030 SN50C317)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Philadelphia
  Purchase Branch, Code 335, 5001 South Broad Street, Philadelphia
  Business Center, Philadelphia, PA 19112-5083
SUBJECT: 20--FACET MODEL C-50/RFO1 OIL WATER SEPARATOR 1 EA.
  AND C-50 CONTROL PANEL 1 EA.
SOL N65540-01-0026
DUE 031401
POC Richard Ladd 215-897-7387
DESC: Note 22 applies. NSWC intends to procure one Facet Model
  C-50/RFO1 Oil/Water Separator and one Facet Model C-50 Control
  Panel from the OEM for testing and  evaluation purposes. 
EMAILADD: laddrh@nswccd.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Engineering Logistics Center,
  2401 Hawkins Point Road, Building 31, Mail Stop 26, Baltimore,
  MD, 21226-5000
SUBJECT: 20--MARINE NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
SOL DTCG40-01-Q-70370
DUE 021501
POC William Middleton, CWO, Phone 410-762-6046, Fax 410-762-6008,
  Email wmiddleton@elcbalt.uscg.mil - James McGuirk, Contracting
  Officer, Phone 410-762-6486, Fax 410-762-6056, Email jmcguirk@elcbalt.uscg.mil
DESC: Glass Covers for 24-Inch Rotating Range Lanterns SOLICITATION
  NUMBER: DTCG40-01-Q-70370 CLASSIFICATION CODE: 20---Marine
  Navigation Equipment Description Item 001: NSN 6210-01-GL2-9825,
  Red Glass Cover, Qty (20) each Item 002: NSN 6210-01-GL2-9826,
  Green Glass Cover, Qty (20) each The U.S. Coast Guard Engineering
  Logistics Center has a requirement for the above-described
  material. The USCG requires color glass covers for DCB-24,
  DCB-224 rotating beacons and RL24 range lanterns which mark
  navigational waters about the United States. The covers shall
  be _aviation red_ and _aviation green_ as defined in MILSPEC
  MIL-C-25050. The glass covers shall be constructed in accordance
  with our Statement of Work. Delivery shall be F.O.B. Destination,
  USCG Engineering Logistics Center, Warehouse Annex, Columbia,
  MD. A written solicitation to include the specification package
  and statement of work will be issued upon request. All responsive
  and responsible sources are invited to express their interest
  and ability to provide the above-described items, via fax in
  writing or e-mail to CWO William Ross Middleton, no later than
  February 7, 2001. All responsive and responsible sources may
  submit a quote, which will be considered by this agency. ATTENTION:
  Minority, Women-Owned and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises
  (DBEs)! The Department of Transportation (DOT), Short-Term
  Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing in
  the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable
  for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit
  is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For further information,
  call (800) 532-1169. Internet address: http://osbuweb.dot.gov.
  See numbered note 1 Point of Contact William Ross Middleton,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 410-762-6046, Fax 410-762-6071 E-Mail
  : Wmiddleton@elcbalt.uscg.mil
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTCG40-01-Q-70370&L=493
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: wmiddleton@elcbalt.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3O9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 25--TRANSFER TRANSMISSION ASSY
SOL SP0750-01-R-1099
DUE 030201
POC Name: Julie Lewis, Phone (614) 692-1097, FAX 692-1488
DESC: Description: See number notes 12 and 26. NSN 2520-21-906-3905--Transfer
  Transmission Assy. Being bought in accordance with approved
  source General Motors Corp. of Canada LTD (56161) P/N 10501010.
  Total quantity required is 19 each going to (N00146) Cherry
  Point, NC 28533-5001. This solicitation is an RFP and will
  be available on the Internet at http:dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp
  on its issue date of 02-02-01. Specifications, plans or drawings
  are not available. The proposed procurement contains a 100%
  option for increased quantities. This is an unrestricted acquisition.
  While price may be a significant factor in the evaluation of
  offers, the final award decision will be based upon a combination
  of price, delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors
  as described in the solicitation. The required delivery is
  250 days. This procurement is unrestricted. A written quotation
  is required. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 25--PARTS KITS, STEERING
SOL DAAE07-01-Q-S128
POC Bertram Scott (810) 574-8493
DESC: Item: Parts Kit, Steering. NSN: 2530-01-399-5280. Part
  Number: 57K0286. Quantity: 1,000 each. Option: None. FOB point:
  Destination. The offer due date is on or about 28 Feb 01 (see
  solicitation for the actual due date). To view more of TACOM's
  acquisitions and awards visit website http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm.

LINKURL: http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Scottb@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 25--T-157 TRACK PAD KIT
SOL DAAE07-01-R-N082
POC Arthur Aigeltinger (810) 574-8136
DESC: Item: T-157 Track Pad Kit. NSN: 2530-01-440-7615. FOB:
  Origin. The solicitation will result in a three Indefinite
  Quantity type contract with a three year maximum quantity of
  932,875. See Note 22. The offer due date is on or about 22
  Mar 2001. See solicitation for actual offer due date. DO NOT
  CONTACT THE BUYER FOR A COPY OF THE SOLICITATION. Please visit
  TACOM's web page for this or any other solicitations that TACOM
  has posted. The web site is http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm.

LINKURL: http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 28--BLADE,TURBINE,ROTOR
SOL N0038301RM163
DUE 031201
POC Contact Point, Bernadette Palmarini, 0232.27, (215)697-1185,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, James
  J Brennan, 0232, (215)697-1063
DESC: NSN 1R-2840-01-131-4782-TN, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, IAW Ref
  Nr 6045T06P09, Qty 17654 EA, Delivery FOB Origin--Drawings
  not available. The subject item requires Government source
  approval prior to contract award, as the item is flight critical
  and/or the technical data available has not been determined
  adequate to support acquisition via full and open competition.
  Only the source(s) previously approved by the government for
  this item have been solicited. The time required for approval
  of a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C386)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 28--ENGINES, TURBINES & COMPONENTS
SOL DAAE07-01-Q-T126
DUE 031901
POC catherine navaroli bastian bastianc@tacom.army.mil
DESC: PLEASE DIRECT ALL INQUIRIES BY EMAIL. THANK YOU  bastianc@tacom.army.mil
    DESCRIPTION OF ITEM:  THIS PROCUREMENT IS RESTRICTED TO
  Komatsu Dresser FSCM: 0SAT8, THE SOLE SOURCE MFR OF ITEM BELOW:
    NSN 2520-00-4431-9428 MFR: 29510 MPN: 1100150C91 QTY
  BUY: 3 EACH. FOB: DESTINATION PKG RQMT: MIL-STD-2073-1D
  PKG LEVEL: M/A  GOV'T PROPOSES DELIVERY ASAP! DUE TO THE
  URGENT RQMT FOR DELIVERY OF MATERIAL ITEM.   NOTE: THERE
  ARE NO DRAWINGS FOR THIS PART. KOMATSU DRESSER IS THE PATENT
  HOLDER FOR DRAWINGS ON ADVERTISED ITEM.
LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/sol.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bastianc@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 28--INDEFINITE DELIVERY PURCHASE ORDER, FOR A SUPPORT,
  ANTI ICING
SOL SPO480-01-Q-7554
DUE 061801
POC John Long (804) 279-3102 Fax (804)279-4722 
DESC: NSN: 2840-00-735-5120, Drawing Number 77445 434425 Rev
  "C", TDPL 007355120-98005, PR NO.ARG00354CH5045. Solicitation
  is for an Indefinite Delivery Purchase Order with Four optional
  One year periods, or until the aggregate amount of $100,000.00
  is reached, whichever comes first. The estimated annual quantity
  is 24 with a guaranteed minimum quantity of 6 each. Inspection
  /Acceptance point: Origin. Critical Application item. Quantity
  variance is plus or minus 5%. Solicitation will be issued on
  an, Under Full and Open Competition after exclusion of sources.
  100% Set-Aside for Small Business (Note 1). Commercial Notice
  (Notice 26) the Governments required delivery schedule is 60/30
  (Stock/DVD) Days ARO. An Unrestricted Technical Data Package
  is available at DSCR for this NSN. To obtain a copy submit
  your request to DSCR-VABA Via Mail: Defense Supply Center Richmond
  (DSCR) Attn: DSCR-VABA Richmond, VA. 23297-5615, Fax Number:
  (804) 279-4946, or Phone Number: (804)279-3356. The final contract
  award decision may be based upon a combination of price, past
  performance, and other evaluation factors as described in the
  solicitation. Written Solicitation. 
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jlong@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 28--ANALYTICAL CONDITION INSPECTION (ACI) OF F100-PW-220
  ENGINE
SOL F34601-01-R-49257
DUE 030201
POC Kevin Walker, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-8780, Fax
  405-734-8781, Email kevin.walker@tinker.af.mil
DESC: THIS PROCUREMENT IS FOR ENGINEERING ANALYSIS AND INVESTIGATION
  WHICH WILL INVOLVE ACI(ANALYTICAL CONDITION INSPECTION) OF
  F100-PW-220 ENGINE. KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPLEX INTERRELATIONSHIP
  BETWEEN MANAUFACTURING PROCESS PARAMETERS, PRACTICES, TECHNIQUES
  AND DESIGN INTENT IS CRITICAL TO PROVIDING ACI ANALYSIS AND
  RECOMMENDATIONS. KNOWLEDGE OF DESIGN INTENT FOR A PROPULSION
  SYSTEM IS UNIQUE TO THE OEM FOR THE ENGINE.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F34601-01-R-49257&L=902
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: kevin.walker@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3H2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.2), 47123
  Buse Road, Bldg 2272, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: 28--EXERCISE OPTION FOR 6 PROTOTYPE FADEC UNITS FOR
  THE F414 ENGINE
SOL n/a
POC Contact: Tania B. Davis (301) 757-7094
DESC: The Naval Air Systems Command intends to exercise an option
  under the cost plus fixed fee contract N00019-00-C-0185 for
  the procurement of the following items: 6 Prototype Full Authority
  Digital Electronic Control units, Engineering Support, Production
  Tooling, Support Equipment, Operational Security, and all associated
  technical data. The contract contains an additional option,
  which may be exercised based upon funding availability. This
  synopsis is for informational purposes only. See Note 22. NAVAIR-Synopsis
  No. 20006-01.
EMAILADD: Butlertm@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 29--ENGINE ACCESSORIES
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  they have manufactured the actualitem(s), approval based on
  similarity will not be considered. This notice does not mean
  that the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  2915-00-973-2031RK, P/N: RR12000C, NOUN: PUMP, SUBMERGED, AIRCOOLED,
  OEM: CRANE CO., LEAR- ROMEC DIV. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 30--MECHANICAL POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIP
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  3040-01-173-9755HS, P/N: 736404, NOUN: HOUSING, WOBBLER, VARIABLE,
  MATCHED SET, OEM: HAMILTON SUNDSTRAND CORP. The approximate
  issue/response date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests.
  Only written or faxed requests received directly from the requestor
  are acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Z1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, ROLLER, CYLINDRICAL
SOL SPO44101R1659
DUE 030801
POC Yolanda Moore/BZ314/804-279-3761. Debra Call/Contracting
  Officer/804-279-4368
DESC: NSN 3110014664855, Bearing, Roller, Cylindrical, YPG 01008000576,
  Boeing Helicopters, Division Of The Boeing Co., Cage 77272,
  DWG 423DS234 Rev B, P/N 423DS234-1, Approved Source: MRC Bearings,
  Cage 38443. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to
  the procurement described are not available and cannot be furnished
  by the Government. PRLI 0001, Quantity 59, U/I Ea, Required
  Delivery 338 daro, Dest SNG, Option To Increase Quantity 100%,
  Other Than Full And Open (10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1) (FAR 6.302-1),
  Unrestricted, Automated Best Value System (ABVS): The final
  contract award decision may be based upon a combination of
  price, past performance, and other evaluation factors as described
  in the solicitation. Quantity variance +/-10%, Source control,
  Critical Application item, Origin inspection required. A copy
  of the solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format)PDF). To download and view these documents you will
  need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software
  is available free at http://www.adobe.com. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters. Solicitation
  issue date 02-15-01.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, BALL, AIRFRAME, EXTRA LIGHT DUTY
SOL SP0441-01-R-1524
DUE 031501
POC Brian Hartman, 804-279-5704
DESC: PR No: ARG01010046504; This solicitation will contain 4
  NSNs for SAE-AS27645 Bearing, Ball, Airframe, Extra Light Duty.
  This solicitation will be solicited for award of an indefinite
  quantity contract The award will be for a base year and four
  option years. The NSNs, and Annual Estimated Quantities (AEQ)
  are as follows: 1) 3110-00-042-4805, AEQ = 920, 2) 3110-00-042-4809,
  AEQ = 220, 3) 3110-00-042-4823, AEQ = 2100, 4) 3110-00-124-2374,
  AEQ = 20. Delivery: FOB destination, 90 days ARO. All bearings
  are manufactured to Aerospace Standard AS27645. All NSN's have
  qualified product list requirements. Qualification must be
  in accordance with cited specifications/standard. Request for
  copies of Military/Federal Specifications, Qualified Product
  Lists, and other standardization documents may be obtained
  via the Internet at http://www.dodssp.daps.mil The final contract
  award decision may be based upon a combination of price, past
  performance, and other evaluation factors as described in the
  solicitation. In accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304 and U.S.C.
  253, full and open competition applies. The anticipated award
  date is April 15, 2001. 
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bhartman@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1162
  Bldg 2521, 300 Highway 361, Crane, Indiana 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 31--OUTER TUBE
SOL N00164-01-Q-0090
DUE 022001
POC Ms. Joyce Loughmiller, Purchasing Agent, 812-854-3902, FAX
  812-854-3762 (Mr. S. Bingham, Contracting Officer)
DESC: This is a synopsis/solicitation a non-commercial item prepared
  in accordance with FAR subpart 13, as supplemented with additional
  information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes
  the only solicitation: proposals are being requested and a
  written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation Number
  N00164-01-Q-0090 applies and is issued as a request for quotation
  (RFQ). This solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-20 and DCN 20001025. The North American Industry
  Classification System (NAICS) code is 33271 and the business
  size standard is 500 employees. This is a Small Business set-aside.
  The requirement is as follows: CLIN 0001 a quantity of 2000
  outer tube. Material: Aluminum Alloy Tube, 6061, ASTM B210,
  Temper T6. Iaw: drawing 7100324 dtd 1/11/01. SPECIAL NOTE:
  MATERIAL MUST BE DRAWN OVER MANDREL. Evaluation for award will
  be based on past performance and price. List Performance on
  your five most recently completed Federal Government contracts
  (not to exceed three years since completion ) for like or similar
  items under this quote. Delivery is required F.O.B. Crane,
  In 47522 within 90 days after award of order. Final inspection
  will be NSWC Crane. All responsible sources may submit a quote
  that will be considered by the Agency. A firm Fixed-Price Purchase
  Order will be awarded using Simplified Acquisition Procedures.
  The following provisions and clauses apply: 52.204-6; 52.207-4
  (fill-in) 52.209 6; 52.211-5; 52.211-14(DO/DX) 52.211-15; 52.213-4;
  52.219-1(FILL-IN) 52.219-6 52.213-4 (incorporating 52.247-34)
  52.222-21; 52.222-22; 52.222-25 (FILL-IN) 52.232-23; 52.242-15;
  52.242-17; 52.243-1; 252.204-7001; 252.204.7003; 252.204-7004;
  252.225-7000; 252.225-7001; 252.225-7002; 252.225-7009; 252.246-7001.
  Please provide your Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE)
  Code and Contractor Establishment Code (DUNS number). To be
  eligible for award you must be properly registered in the Government's
  Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Offerors may obtain
  information on CCR registration and annual confirmation by
  calling 1-888-227-2434, or via the Internet @www.ccr.dlsc.dla.mil/
  or www.ccr2000.com. If a change occurs in this requirement,
  only those offerors that respond to this announcement will
  be considered future discussions and/or award. Quotations may
  be faxed or e-mailed to Fax 812-854-3762, e-mail address loughmiller_j@crane.navy.mil.
  Complete mailing address is: Ms. Joyce Loughmiller, Code 1162N3
  Bldg. 2521, NAVSURFWARCENDIV Crane, 300 Highway 361, Crane
  IN 47522-5001. Telephone 812-854-3902. All required information
  must be received on or before 2:00PM, 20FEB01. Central Standard
  Time. See Note 26. The mission at NAVSEA Crane is to provide
  quality and responsive acquisition services for this Command.
  In an effort to continue to improve our services, NAVSEA Crane
  is conducting a survey of our vendors. This survey may be found
  on the World Wide Web at the following address: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/vendorsurvey.htm.
  Your comments will help us determine if we are accomplishing
  this and show us ways to improve our processes. Please consider
  taking the time to complete the survey.  
LINKURL: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm
LINKDESC: 
  Homepage.
EMAILADD: loughmiller_j@crane.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 32--Woodworking Machinery and Equipment
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 32--WOODWROKING MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 
SOL FN1029
DUE 022301
POC Tatea R. Cavanaugh, 202-305-7302
DESC: UNICOR intends to enter into a firm fixed price definite
  delivery definite quantity type contract for an Edgebanding
  Machine. The solicitation number is FN1029 and this solicitation
  is issued as an Request For Proposal (RFP). This is a brand
  name requirement for the following equipment: Item 0001 Brandt
  Automatic Edgebander Model KD-94 Optimat. Machinery to be delivered
  FOB Destination FCI Forrest City, AR. Delivery is 90 days after
  receipt of contract/delivery order. This is a full and open
  competitive Request for Proposal for an edgebanding machine.
  Offerors are advised that the Government intends to evaluate
  offers and award on an all or none basis. Offers shall submit
  signed and dated offers to UNICOR, Material Management Branch,
  320 First Street NW, 400 Building, 7th Floor, Washington, DC
  20534, ATTN: Bid Custodian. Offers received after the exact
  time and date specified will not be considered. The Government
  will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the
  responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation
  will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other
  factors considered. The following factors shall be used to
  evaluate proposals: price and past performance. Variation in
  quantity is +/- 0%. Minimum delivery order is one (1). Maximum
  delivery order is one (1). This is a best value procurement.
  Solicitations may be obtained from our website at  www.unicor.gov/procurement/profurniture.htm.
  Additional information and specifications will be provided
  in solicitation document. All responsible offerors may submit
  an offer which will be considered.  
EMAILADD: TCAVANAUGH@CENTRAL .UNICOR.GOV
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 35--Service and Trade Equipment
OFFADD: VA Medical Center (90C), 940 Belmont St, Purchasing/Contracting,
  Brockton, MA 02301
SUBJECT: 35--ARTISAN STAINING SYSTEM
SOL RFP523-23-01
DUE 031401
POC Carol AhNee
DESC: This action originally publicized in the CBD is to give
  the issue date of the solicitation as 2/14/01 and change the
  due date to 3/14/01. All other information publicized in the
  original sysnopsis is correct. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3R0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 36--Special Industry Machinery
OFFADD: Contracting Office, P.O. Box 1609, Oceanside, Ca 92051-1609
SUBJECT: 36--AUDIO VISUAL CLASSROOMS
SOL M00681-01-T-S500
DUE 021501
POC Michael LeMaster 760 725 8135
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  Services and is prepared in accordance with the format in FAR
  Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  request for quotation being requested and a separate written
  solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation number M00681-01-T-S500
  applies and is issued as a Request for Quotation with mandatory
  site visit to be held on the 8th of February at 9:00AM. This
  solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19
  and DAC 91-13. This is a small business set-aside. The Standard
  Industrial Code is 3651 and the business size is less than
  750 employees. This requirement is for a single award, firm
  fixed-price contract to install and provide the components
  for audio visual systems For classrooms 9 & 10, bldg. 520590
  at the School of Infantry, Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton,
  California. The rooms are identical, they are of the stadium
  seating variety. They measure 88' feet from front to rear and
  73' feet from side to side at its widest point and 50' in the
  rear at its narrowest point. The Government has recently installed
  Stewart Filmscreen 200 seamless rear projection screens PN#fs200
  in both classrooms. These are to be utilized in your proposal,
  the remainder of the current system will not be utilized. The
  basis of this Audio/ Visual presentation system will be a JVC
  DLA-G15U video projector, 2000 lumens minimum. We require that
  this be floor mounted on a stand for easy accessibility. The
  components will be placed in a console in front of the screen,
  the console will be the roll top version in which all components
  will be secured upon completion of use, without utilizing a
  key. The console will have a monitor for the speaker of at
  least 15" viewable screen, Samsung Sync master 150M monitor
  or equivalent. It will also have a AMX/ Panja PC1 power controller,
  and Axcent 3 integrated controller or equivalent. The government
  will provide the CPU for this system, Specifications to be
  provided at the site visit. The government requires the Speaker
  portion to be that of a surround type system in which front,
  side and rear speakers are to be utilized. The manufacturers
  will be left up to each contractor proposal. We further require
  a DVD/CD player with fiber optic capabilities as well as a
  four-head hi-fi VCR. An audio Cassette player is requested
  as well. The mixer-amplifier combinations are to be utilized
  to best incorporate with industry standards to produce the
  highest quality reproduction of voice, computer (VGA) and video
  reproduction. The utilization of a digital signal processor
  with integrated automatic feedback suppression is highly recommended
  due to the size of the theatre. A podium microphone will be
  required for voice transmission of the speaker as well as a
  two backup lavaliere wireless. Data Port drop needed at front
  row center for laptop. We also require an overhead projector
  built into the podium, driven through the projector. The podium
  should also contain some type of illumination for the speaker.
  The government requires a one-button turn on of the entire
  system. The estimated price range for this project is between
  $70,000 and $80,000. The completion date for this project will
  be approximately 6 weeks after award. All Federal contractors
  must be registered in the Central Contractors Registration
  (CCR) database, new contract awards can only be made to contractors
  who, are registered in the CCR. All proposals shall contain
  a service contract for one-year minimum. The provision at FAR
  52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (MAR 2000)
  applies to this acquisition. Offerors are required to complete
  and include a copy of the following provisions FAR 52.212-3,
  Offer Representation and Certifications-Commercial Items (FEB
  2000) with their proposals. The FAR Clause 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items (MAY 1999), applies
  to this acquisition. FAR Clause FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders - Commercial Items (AUG 2000) applies with the following
  applicable clauses from paragraph (b): FAR 52.203-6 Restrictions
  on Subcontractor Sales to the Government-Alternate I, FAR 52.222-26
  Equal Opportunity, FAR 52.222-35 Affirmative Action for Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era, FAR 52.222-36 Affirmative
  Action for Handicapped Workers, FAR 52.222-37 Employment Reports
  on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era,
  FAR 52.225-3 Buy American Act-Supplies, and FAR 52.225-21 Buy
  American Act-North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation
  Act-Balance of Payments Program. DFARS 252.212-7001, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items,
  applies with the following clauses applicable for paragraph
  (b): DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payment
  Program, DFARS 252.225-7036 North American Free Trade Agreement
  Implementation Act. FAR 52.222-41 Service contract act of 1965,
  as amended (41 usc. 351f Et Seq.FAR 52.222-4)STATEMENT OF EQUIVALENT
  RATES FOR FEDERAL HIRES (MAY 1989) In compliance with the Service
  Contract Act of 1965, as amended, and the regulations of the
  Secretary of Labor (29 CFR Part 4), this clause identifies
  the classes of service employees expected to be employed under
  the contract and states the wages and fringe benefits payable
  to each if they were employed by the contracting agency subject
  to the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 5341 or 5332. THIS STATEMENT
  IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY: IT IS NOT A WAGE DETERMINATION ;Employee
  Class Monetary Wage - Fringe Benefits  Cable Splicer $18.13,
  Electronics Tech Maint I $10.92, Electronics Tech Maint II
  $17.46, Telecommunications Mechanic I $18.76. FAR 52.228.5
  INSURANCE--WORK ON A GOVERNMENT INSTALLATION (JAN 1997) applies
  to this contracting action.  Any contract awarded, as a result
  of this solicitation will be an order certified for national
  defense use under the Defense Priorities and Allocations System.
  The Government intends to make a single award to the responsible
  offeror whose offer is the most advantageous to the Government
  considering price and price-related factors. Evaluation will
  be as follows: (1) Offerors technical capability to meet the
  Government's needs (2) Past Performance (3) Completion schedule
  (4) Price. Mailed or faxed copy offers must be received no
  later than 4:00 p.m. PST, on 15 February 2001. Faxed offers
  should be addressed to SSgt. Mike LeMaster 760-725-8445. Offer
  sent via US Postal Service should be mailed to the Contracting
  Division, P.O. Box 1609, Oceanside, CA 92051-1609, Attn: Sgt.
  Mike LeMaster (760)725-8135. If offer is to be sent via Federal
  Express, address should read Contracting Division, Bldg. 22180,
  Camp Pendleton, CA 92055, Attn: SSgt. Mike LeMaster.   

EMAILADD: lemastermp@mail.cpp.usmc.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C320)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 36--Special Industry Machinery
OFFADD: INL/RM/MS, Department Of State, 2430 E Street NW, SA-44
  South Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20520
SUBJECT: 36--SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
SOL AAAA-000000
DUE 030101
POC Ruth Porter, Contracting Officer, Telefax, 202-776-8775
DESC: The INL Bureau is requesting offers for the purchase of
  a seed processing facility to be exported to Turkey, to clean,
  disinfect and package poppy seeds. This procurement is a small
  business set aside. Vendors must fax the Contracting Officer
  and request the specifications at telefax no. 202-776-8775.
  This seed processing equipment will allow TMO to effectively
  distribute high-morphine seeds to Turkey's poppy farmers, thereby
  to put into production the results of its research into improved
  poppy seeds. This equipment will also allow TMO to improve
  control of seed distribution in Turkey, reducing the potential
  for diversion. The Government will make an award to the responsible
  Offeror whose offer conforms to the solicitation and is most
  advantageous to the Govt (i.e. that which represents the Best
  Value to the Govt). For those offers meeting all technical
  specifictions, delivery time ARO and price will then be of
  primary importance. The Govt. may award to other than the lowest
  priced Offeror. Fax offers to Ruth Porter, Contracting Officer,
  202-776-8775. Offers must be received prior to 4:30 P.M., E.S.T.
  on March 1, 2001. All responsible offers will be considered
  by the Bureau***** 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 40--Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 40--CHAIN, STUD, LINK
SOL SP0490-01-R-1286
DUE 030201
POC Karen Spence/CLC04/804-279-5388/Fax: 804-279-5933/K.O.: Richard
  Rosanelli
DESC: Modification of notification for solicitation SP0490-01-R-1286.
   Add the following: A copy of the solicitation will be available
  via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document formate (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will beed the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: 41--CENTRIFUGAL WATER CHILLER
SOL 1-058-RFS.1404
DUE 022201
POC  Marie L Smith, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-4122,
  Fax (757) 864-7709, Email m.l.smith@larc.nasa.gov - Susan E.
  McClain, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-8687, Fax (757)
  864-8863, Email s.e.mcclain@larc.nasa.gov
DESC: THIS NOTICE CONSTITUTES AMENDMENT NO. 01 TO THE COMBINED
  SYNOPSIS/RFQ FOR A CENTRIFUGAL WATER CHILLER. Companies shall
  acknowledge all amendment(s) in their quote. This notice serves
  as the official amendment to subject synopsis/RFQ and a written
  amendment will not be issued. The purpose of this amendment
  is to delete the following sentence from the specifications:
  "Amplitude of internally excited vibration shall not exceed
  0.025 millimeter peak-to-peak when measured with a vibrometer
  at the compressor end of the motor." You are hereby notified
  that the response date for receipt of offers is amended to
  read February 16, 2001. For technical questions, please contact
  Robert Charles via e-mail at r.l.charles@larc.nasa.gov. For
  contractual questions, please contact Marie Smith via e-mail
  at m.l.smith@larc.nasa.gov. Companies shall provide the information
  stated in the synopsis/RFQ posted on the NASA Acquisition Internet
  Service (NAIS) on January 22, 2001. Documents related to this
  procurement are available over the Internet and are in Microsoft
  Office 97 format and reside on the World Wide Web (WWW) server
  which may be accessed using a WWW browser application. The
  Internet site, or URL, for the NASA/LaRC Business Opportunities
  home page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=CL&pin=23
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=23#1-058-RFS.1404
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: m.l.smith@larc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C329)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 43--PUMPS & COMPRESSORS
SOL DAAE07-01-Q-T128
DUE 031901
POC bastian, catherine bastianc@tacom.army,mil
DESC: PLEASE DIRECT ALL INQUIRIES BY EMAIL. THANK YOU  bastianc@tacom.army.mil
     DESCRIPTION OF ITEM: NOTE: DEUTZ CORP fSCM: 62245 IS
  THE MANUFACTURER OF ITEM BELOW AND IS SOLE CONTROLLED TO DUETZ.
    NSN 2910-01-181-5556 MFR: 62245 MPN: 223 4229 QTY: 10
  EACH FOB: DESITNATION PKG RQMTS: MIL-STD-7073-1D PKG LEVEL:
  M/A  ALL DISTRIBUTORS OF DEUTZ CORP. ARE WELCOMED TO PROVIDE
  AN OFFER. 
LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/sol.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bastianc@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 45--Plumbing, Heating and Sanitation Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, REE, ARS, PWA, LSS, 4317 East Broadway Rd., Phoenix,
  AZ 85040-8807
SUBJECT: 45--THERMAL OIL HEATER
SOL 5344-0004-01
DUE 030101
POC Judith Sexton 602-437-1376 ext 283 fax 5354
DESC: The USDA Agricultural Research Service in Phoenix, AZ has
  a requirement for the construction of a natural gas fired thermal
  oil heater. This unit will be used in the manufacture of a
  biological control agent directed at preventing aflatoxin contamination.
  The unit will be used in conjunction with a heat exchanger
  to heat air that will be forced through beds of wheat seed
  colonized by the biological control agent. The temperature
  of the air must be carefully regulated to prevent reduction
  in viability of the biocontrol agent. Sufficient heat must
  be generated to maintain air temperature during the process
  and to allow accurate adjustment as the process is modified.
  We anticipate that specificiations will be available on or
  before 02-01-01. Interested firms may fax or mail in requests
  to receive RFQ packages to the mailing address listed in this
  notice. See Note 1. 
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jsexton@uswcl.ars.ag.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C312)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--MANIFOLD, HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
SOL SP076001R3184
DUE 032801
POC For Information Only, Point of Contact - F.C. Pfeiffer, Telephone
  Number - (614) 692-1291, Fax (614) 692-4387.
DESC: NSN 4730-01-218-2577, Manifold, Hydraulic System Accessories,
  Naval Brass Body, Marotta Scientific Controls Inc (99657) P/N
  RM11MA-1 281163-0001, 6 each for delivery to DDSP New Cumberland
  Facility, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001, in 180 days. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer/quote, which shall be considered.
  See Notes12 and 26. This solicitation is an RFP or IFB and
  will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dsccols.com/Rfp
  on its issue date of 15 Dec 00. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. Specification, plans or drawings are not
  available. Proposed procurement contains a 100% option for
  increased quantities. This is an unrestricted acquisition.
  While price may be a significant factor in the evaluation of
  offers, the final award decision will be based upon a combination
  of price, delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors
  as described in the solicitation. 
LINKURL: http://www.dscc.dla.mil/b/rfg--search.html
LINKDESC: 

CITE: (W-031 SN50C399)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,BUTTERFLY
SOL N0038301QH066
DUE 031201
POC Contact Point, Antoinette Lewis, 0224.11, (215)697-3472,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-4810-01-232-3101-XC, SPEC NR TDP VER 003, Qty 25
  EA, Delivery FOB Origin-- The subject item requires Government
  source approval prior to contract award, as the item is flight
  critical and/or the technical data available has not been determined
  adequate to support acquisition via full and open competition.
  Only the source(s) previously approved by the government for
  this item have been solicited. The time required for approval
  of a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C387)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--DISK VALVE
SOL SP074001R5021
DUE 022801
POC For Information Only - Contract Specialist Cindy Mills, Phone
  614-692-3899, Fax 614-693-1634
DESC: Solicitation Number: SP0740-01-R-5021, PR Number: IQC00173-00-0008
   All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote which shall
  be considered. See applicable note number twenty-six. NSN:
  4820-00-146-3488, Item Description: Disk Valve, this is a critical
  application item. Approved source is Essex Industries Inc.,
  cage code 83533 and part number 38054-3. This solicitation
  is an RFP or IFB and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp
  on its issue date of 01/31/01. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. Specifications, plans or drawings are not
  available. The proposed procurement contains an option to extend
  the contract period one or more times at the discretion of
  the government. The total shall not exceed three years. This
  is an unrestricted acquisition. While price may be a significant
  factor in the evaluation of offers, the final award decision
  will be based upon a combination of price, delivery, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  This solicitation is for an NSN indefinite quantity type contract.
  This solicitation will result in an award of an indefinite
  quantity contract, against which delivery orders may be placed
  for one year. The option will be for additional one year period
  not to exceed two years for the option. As indicated in Clause
  F18 of the original solicitation, the requested delivery is
  up to 80 in 150 days and 30 days added for each additional
  quantity of 40 each. If proposed delivery differs from that
  requested, please provide details. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 49--MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SHOP EQUIPMENT
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0032
POC Contract Specialist: Sylvia Gauthier (309) 782-7290, PCO:
  Howard Lewis (309) 782-3506
DESC: DESC: This requirement is for Mounter/Demounter, NSN: 4910-01-370-9855.
  A stationary, power-driven, tire mounter-demounter for changing
  pneumatic tires from large Military truck and trailer type
  whee1ed vehicles. The mounter-demounter shall successfully
  perform all tire changing operations for those Military vehicles
  listed in the table (to be included in the solicitation attachment)
  with no more than one operator required to accomplish the tasks,
  in a time frame of no more than 20 minutes, with no more equipment
  than is to be supplied with the mounter-demounter, and with
  no visible damage to the mounter-demounter or the wheel and
  tire assemblies. The mounter-demounter shall be capable of
  being operated by one person with minimum training (four hours).
  The mounter-demounter shall successfully perform all tire changing
  operations, under its own power and without assistance from
  the machine operator or other personnel, (in the form of leverage
  bars or other contrivances to aid or cause the mounter-demounter
  to rotate and thereby accomplish lifting the bead foot completely
  over and off of the rim of the wheel). All components and component
  systems of the mounter-demounter shall be designed for safe
  and efficient tire changing operations and shall consist of
  a base, motor and drive mechanism enclosure, wheel holding
  unit, wheel lifting unit, bead breaker unit, pneumatic and
  hydraulic systems, safety equipment, hand tools, tire irons,
  wheel adapters, and all attachments necessary to perform tire
  changing including split ring removal. Estimated issue date
  of the solicitation is 16 February 2001. This solicitation
  will be issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.501,
  5.102(a)(7) and 14.205-1(c) therefore hardcopies will not be
  provided. Vendors wishing an electronic copy may download it
  on or after the issue date by accessing the following address
  via the internet: http://aais.ria.army.mil CAUTION: This solicitation
  will be issued electronically as will any amendments thereto.
  Because of this, the Government will under no obligation and
  is in fact unable to maintain a bidders mailing list. It is
  therefore incumbent upon any interested parties to periodically
  access the above internet address in order obtain any amendments
  which may be issued. Failure to obtain any said amendments
  and to respond to them prior to the date and time set for bid
  opening/receipt of proposals may render your bid or proposal
  nonresponsive and result in the rejection of same.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 55--Lumber, Millwork, Plywood and Veneer
OFFADD: Department of Army, New England District, Corps of Engineers,
  696 Virginia Road, Concord, Massachusetts 01742-2751
SUBJECT: 55--REPLACEMENT LOG BOOM LOGS, LITTLEVILLE LAKE, HUNTINGTON,
  MA
SOL DACW33-01-Q-0040
DUE 032001
POC Norm Krause (978)318-8833
DESC: Furnish and deliver, FOB Huntington, MA, 100 Log Boom Logs,
  Eastern White Pine, Pinus Strobus, White Spruce, Picae Glauca
  with a minimum diameter of not less than 14 inches and a maximum
  of 20 inches. The logs shall be treated with waterbourne CCA
  preservative and have a 2-1/2" diameter hole drilled through
  each end approximately 12 inches from the ends. The length
  of the logs shall be not less than 18 feet nor more than 20
  feet and shall be sound, straight and free from rot. Estimated
  cost of the work is between $25,000 and $100,000. Specifications
  will be available at no cost on or about 02/20/01. Requests
  for Solicitations may be faxed to 978-318-8207. All responsible
  sources may submit a quote which will be considered by the
  New England District. 
EMAILADD: Norman.A.Krause@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: National Institute of Standards & Technology, Acquisition
  & Assistance Div.,100 Bureau Drive Stop 3572, Bldg. 301, Rm
  B117, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3572
SUBJECT: 56--SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF BUILDING OUTSIDE DOORS
SOL N/A
DUE 022801
POC Joan Smith (301) 975-6458/Pauline Mallgrave (301) 975-6330
DESC: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  has a requirement for the supply and installation of, both,
  fiberglass and hollow metal doors, and their associated hardware.
  The doors will be installed in various building throughout
  the NIST site, which is located in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
  The only acceptable manufacturers are Special-Lite, Inc. for
  the fiberglass doors, and Steelcraft for the hollow metal door.
  - Destination is FOB, Gaithersburg, Maryland. -- The period
  of performance for this requirement is a base period of twelve
  months with four twelve-month options to renew. -- The requirement
  will be awarded as a firm fixed price, requirements contract,
  with a minimum of $50,000 and a maximum of $875,000 over the
  life of the contract. This is not a representation that this
  amount will be required or ordered, or conditions affecting
  the requirements will be stable or normal, but is only presented
  as a realistic estimate. Any requirement NIST has for these
  doors will be filled under this contract. - This solicitation
  is being conducted as a Commercial acquisition under full and
  open competition, and is being procured using the simplified
  procedures identified in the Federal Acquisition Regulations
  Subpart 13. - The NAICS for this requirement is 332321. - All
  responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered
  by the agency. Requests for the solicitation must be made in
  writing and may be telefaxed to (301) 963-7732. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District, PO Box
  1070, Nashville, TN 37202
SUBJECT: 56--FIRM FIXED PRICE SEALED BID FOR METRO LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS
  AT NASHVILLE CORPS OF ENGINEERS DISTRICT, CUMBERLAND RIVER
  BASIN, LOCAL FLOOD PROTECTION PROJECT, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
SOL DACW62-01-B-0001
POC Beryl C. Newsome, 615-736-7279, Contract Specialist - Jean
  F. Todd, 615-736-7910, Contracting Officer
DESC: SEALED BID FIRM-FIXED-PRICE SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE FOR
  METRO CENTER LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS, CUMBERLAND RIVER BASIN, LOCAL
  FLOOD PROTECTION PROJECT, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE. Work
  shall consist of raising the height of the existing levee,
  and construction of recreation facilities. Typical work includes
  installation of hydrogate, dirt work approximately 76,000 cubic
  yards of levee fill, and all other earth work associated with
  raising the levee. Construct two concrete L-walls. The following
  options are included. (1) Golf Course Trailhead Parking and
  Plaza Development (2) I-265 Trailhead Parking and Plaza Development
  (3) Large Pavilion Shade Structure (One Location) (4) Small
  Shade Structures (Three Locations) (5) Drinking Fountains and
  associated water line extensions (Three Locations) (6) Greenway
  Furnishings (7) Ornamental Landscaping. Recreation facilities
  include gravel pedestrian trail, pavilions, asphalt parking
  areas, and concrete walkways. Bid evaluation will include the
  base and all options. Duration is 480 calendar days. The range
  is between $1,000,000.00 and $5,000,000.00. Performance and
  Payment Bonds will be required. This solicitation is 100% Small
  Business Set Aside. NAICS code is 234990, Other Heavy Construction.
  For the purpose of determining size, a small business is one
  whose gross annual receipts do not exceed 27.5 million in a
  three-year period. This solicitation is being advertised electronically
  only at no cost from the Nashville Corps of Engineers. No printed
  sets of specifications and drawings will be furnished. The
  drawings will be contained in a CD-ROM. The CD-ROM will be
  furnished to all prospective bidders by request. There will
  be no charge for the CD-ROM. It is anticipated that the solicitation
  will be issued by the end of February 2001. All interested
  Small Business firms must be registered in the Central Contract
  Register and must be bondable for the amount of the contract
  when awarded. All pertinent information will be posted on the
  web site. Nashville Corps of Engineers solicitation web site
  may be found at http://www.orn.usace.army.mil/contracting.
  Estimated time for bid opening is April 2001. Direct any questions
  regarding this announcement to Beryl C. Newsome at Department
  of the Army, Nashville District, Corps of Engineers, CELRN-CT,
  P. O. Box 1070, Nashville, TN 37202-1070, telephone (615)736-7279,
  or respond via e-mail to Beryl.C.Newsome@usace.army.mil. Interested
  contractors must have Internet access for browsing and receipt
  of electronic documents. 
LINKURL: http://www.orn.usace.army.mil/contracting
LINKDESC: 
  site.
EMAILADD: Beryl.C.Newsome@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 58--PROCESS,COUNTERMEAS
SOL N0038301QH067
DUE 031201
POC Contact Point, Antoinette Lewis, 0224.11, (215)697-3472,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Tamela
  S Kozior, 0224, (215)697-2587
DESC: NSN 7R-5865-01-379-0927-LA, Ref Nr 077-018-005, Qty 23
  EA, Delivery FOB Origin-- The subject item requires Government
  source approval prior to contract award, as the item is flight
  critical and/or the technical data available has not been determined
  adequate to support acquisition via full and open competition.
  Only the source(s) previously approved by the government for
  this item have been solicited. The time required for approval
  of a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C388)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities, 235 Byron Street,
  Robins AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 58--USM-464 OPERATIONAL AND SOFTWARE DEFICENCY REPORTS
SOL F09603-01-R-52315
DUE 031601
POC Jerry Maggard, Contract Specialist, Phone (912)926-7487,
  Fax (912)926-7211, Email Jerry.Maggard@robins.af.mil
DESC: This is a notice of intent that WR-ALC anticipates issuing
  an engineering services task order against an existing Basic
  Ordering Agreement (F09603-98-G-0025) with BAE (formerly Sanders,
  a Lockheed Martin Company), Nashua NH 03061.The task provides
  engineering services applicable to the USM-464 for the investigation
  of Operational Change Requests (OCR) and Software Deficiency
  Reports (SDR) submitted by users of the USM-464. Contractor
  will develop a system safety program and maintain a testing
  results database. The proposed contract action is for supplies
  or services for which the Government intends to solicit and
  negotiate with only one source under authority of FAR 6.302.
  Interested persons may identify their interest and capability
  to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  all proposals received within forty-five days (thirty days
  if award is issued under an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be considered
  by the government. A determination by the Government not to
  compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  OMBUDSMAN All potential offerors should contact the buyer/PCO
  identified above for additional information and/or to communicate
  concerns, if any, concerning this acquisition. If the contacting
  officer does not satisfy your concerns, an Ombudsman has been
  appointed to hear serious concerns that are not resolved through
  established channels. The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to
  diminish the authority of the program director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate serious contractor concerns, issues,
  disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate government
  personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict
  confidentiality as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman
  does not participate in the evaluation of proposals or in the
  source selection process. When appropriate, potential offerors
  may contact Ombudsman James Grant, Chief, Contract Policy Division,
  at 912-926-2604. Please be prepared to identify previous contacts
  made by you in an attempt to resolve your concerns.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F09603-01-R-52315&L=1202
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Jerry.Maggard@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3J0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs 662/90C, 4150 Clement
  St., San Francisco, CA 94121
SUBJECT: 58--DOSIMETRY SERVICES (RADIATION DETECTION BADGES)
SOL 261-0115-01
DUE 031401
POC Maria Graciano, 415-750-2066
DESC: The Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, San Francisco,
  CA hereby solicits proposals for radiation dosimetry services
  (radiation detection badges and TLD finger rings/radiation
  detection reporting services)covering the range of ionizing
  radiatiion - alpha,gamma, beta, x-ray, neutron. Contractor
  must have current Certificate of Accreditation from the National
  Institute of Standards and Technology. The Contractor shall
  provide all necessary labor, materials, parts, equipment and
  shipping costs necessary for monthly radiation dosimetry services.
  Period of Performance: April 1, 2001 through March 31, 2001
  plus three (3) option years. To obtain a copy of the solicitation
  and any amendments, go to our website: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
  and scoll and click on the solicitation number. No verbal or
  faxed requests will be accepted. All questions must be faxed
  in to FAX number 415-750-2170, ATTN: M. Graciano. PLEASE REFERENCE
  THE SOLICITATION NUMBER IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS. Estimated issuance
  date: Feb. 12, 2001, with a closing date of March 14, 2001.*****
LINKURL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
LINKDESC: 
  a copy of the RFP
EMAILADD: maria.graciano@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division,
  Villa Road, Bldg. 8110, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684-0010
SUBJECT: 58--TRICOM AM-SAT-50D WATT DAMA AMPLIFIER WITH BIAS-T
SOL N00421-01-Q-0165
DUE 020901
POC Terri Meunier, Contracting Officer (301) 862-8318
DESC: Solicitation N00421-01-Q-0165 is issued as a request for
  quote (RFQ). This action is set aside for small business. The
  Government intends to purchase on a firm fixed-price basis
  and to solicit and negotiate the proposed purchase order on
  a sole source basis with Tricom Research Inc.. for the part
  number listed below, under the authority of FAR Part 6.302-1.
  The contract line item number and description is **CLIN 0001
  Quantity 9 ea P/N AM-SAT-50D 50 watt dama amplifier with BIAS-T,
  manufacturer must be Tricom Research. Award is expected 12
  Feb 2001. Interested persons may identify their interest and
  capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals.
  This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals.
  However, all proposals received by 09 Feb 2001 will be considered
  by the Government. A determination by the government not to
  compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  The Government will not pay for any information received. Facsimile
  proposals are acceptable. For information contact Terri Meunier,
  Code 254124, Telephone (301)862-8318, FAX(301)862-8342 or via
  e-mail: MeunierTM@navair.navy.mil. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army CECOM, CECOM Acquisition Center, Fort Monmouth,
  NJ 07703-5008
SUBJECT: 58--FIXTURE SET FOR TEST PROGRAM SET, P/O FIREFINDER
  AN/TMQ-36.
SOL DAAB07-01-Q-N014
DUE 022800
POC Catherine Cooke, Contract Specialist 732 532-5557 or Gregory
  Coben, Contracting Officer 732 427-1656.
DESC: The U.S. Army CECOM Acquisition Center intends to procure
  two (2) each Fixture Sets for the Test Program Set, in support
  of the Firefinder AN/TMQ-36 program. This will be a sole source
  procurement with Morgan Research Corp, Huntsville, Alabama,
  in accordance with FAR 6.302-1(a) "Only one responsible source".
  A Firm-Fixed price contract is anticipated. This notice is
  published for informational purposes only. See notes(s): 22.
LINKURL: http://abop.monmouth.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: catherine.cooke@mail1.monmouth.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Defense, Television-Audio Support Activity
  (T-ASA), Contracts Division, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan,
  CA 95652
SUBJECT: 58--VIDEO EDITING SYSTEM
SOL HQ0028-1024-8615
DUE 021201
POC Janet Janes, Contract Specialist, (916)643-0322 or Janet
  Lopez, Contracting Officer, (916)643-0283
DESC: This notice is a combined synopsis/Request for Quotation
  for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format
  in FAR subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  only quotation, and therefore, a formal written quotation will
  not be issued. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions/clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-21.
  This procurement is set-aside for small business participation.
  The Television-Audio support Activity intends to procure the
  following: 1) one (1) each Sony p/n: DSRE270Q, Video Editing
  System; Recorder Package c/o: two each Sony DSR70 Portable
  Editing Recorders, two each Sony DSBK-150 SDTI (QSDI) boards,
  one each Sony BKDN225 Docking Kit and one each Sony ACDN2A
  AC Adapter, 2) two (2) each Sony p/n: CPDG500, Color Monitor;
  21-inch w/19.8 viewable area; FD display; PWR RQMTS: 120VAC,
  60HZ, 3) six (6) each Sony p/n: VCT-670RM, Camera Tripod; built-in
  2-way pan head w/quick release; expands from 19-inch - 57-inch;
  remote control grip allows control of zoom, record, start/stop
  and lock/standby functions, 4) two each Sony p/n: DSR40, Videotape
  Recorder; Digital Video Cassette; DVCAM, 5) thirty (30) each
  Sony p/n: PDV124N, Video Cassette Tape; DVCAM; length: 124
  minutes; F/U/W Sony Digital Video Camcorders, and 6) fifty
  (50) each Sony p/n: PDVM40N, Video Cassette Tape; DVCAM PRO;
  40 minute; without IC Chip; diamond like coating; metal evaporated
  layers. Standard commercial warranty required. The Brand named
  items have been identified as meeting or exceeding the Governments
  minimum requirements but are not established as standards upon
  which other offered brand named items will be evaluated. The
  equipment shall be delivered FOB destination to Television-Audio
  Support Activity, McClellan, California not later than 60 days
  after receipt of order. All responsible sources may submit
  a quote, which shall be considered by the agency. Responses
  to this notice should be provided in writing by 12 Feb 01,
  1300 PST. Offers may be mailed to: TELEVISION - AUDIO SUPPORT
  ACTIVITY, Sacramento Contracting, ATTN: Janet Janes, 3230 Peacekeeper
  Way, McClellan, CA 95652-2600, or, if using courier services
  deliver to: TELEVISION - AUDIO SUPPORT ACTIVITY, Sacramento
  Contracting, ATTN: Janet Janes, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, Bldg
  209, Room 104, McClellan, CA 95652. Facsimile responses are
  acceptable. FAX to (916) 643-4032, ATTN: Janet Janes. To be
  eligible to receive an award resulting from this quotation,
  Contractor must be registered with the Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) database, NO EXCEPTIONS. To register, you may apply through
  the Internet at "http://ccr.edi.disa.mil". You must include
  your Dun & Bradstreet (DUNS) number in order to apply. The
  provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  applies to this acquisition. Offerors shall include a completed
  copy of the provisions at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications-Commercial Items, with their offer. Clauses
  at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items,
  52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, 52.233-4001,
  Agency Protests, and the following sub-clauses apply to this
  acquisition: 52.202-1, 52.222-21, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36,
  52.222-37, and 52.232-33. DFARS 252.204-7004, 252.212-7000,
  252.225-7001, and FAR 52.212-2 Evaluation-Commercial Items
  also apply. The evaluation criteria for this solicitation will
  consist of lowest priced, technically acceptable offer that
  meets the agency needs. The full text of a provision may be
  accessed electronically at these addresses: www.arnet.gov/far
  or www.dtic.mil/dfars. Local clause 52.233-4001 may be viewed
  at: www.tasa.army.mil/dc/tlc.htm. Point of contact in this
  office is Janet Janes, (916) 643-0322 or e-mail: janes@tasa-exchange.army.mil.

EMAILADD: janes@tasa-exchange.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: 58--COMMUNICATION, DETECTION, & COHERENT RADIATION EQUIPMENT.

SOL WASC-1-579
DUE 021501
POC Melvin Fondue FAX (206) 526-6025
DESC: REQUEST FOR QUOTATION - - NOAA, Pacific Marine Environmental
   Labortory requires the following by Sea Bird Electronics:
  (1) SBE 37-SM Microcat C-T Recorder w/option 37SM-1J, 9 -
  each, (2) 2419 WETLabs WETStar, 2 - each, (3) WETLabs mini-fluorometer
  cable, 2 - each, (4) WETLabs mini-fluorometer mounting hardware,
  2 - each. This is a simplified acquisition. Questions concerning
  this acquisition may be directed to Melvin Fondue by fax at
  206-526-6025.  
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 58--COMMUNICATION, DETECT, & COHERENT R
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact Ken Thomason/Pkcc/[405]736-5370
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  5895-01-181-4322EK, P/N: 754R021G01, NOUN: TRANSMITTER SUBASSY,
  OEM: NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP; NSN: 5841-01-199-7593EK, P/N: 152C072H01,
  NOUN: POWER SUPPLY, OEM: ELDEC CORP. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: No E-mail Listed
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CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLY
SOL N0038301YTC21
DUE 032101
POC Contact Point, Colleen Klumpp, 0222.05, (215)697-9379, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-5998-01-250-2881-VH, Ref Nr 51443200-004, Qty 351
  EA , Delivery FOB Origin--Subject requirement is for a long-term
  contract with Global Technical Systems (1myp5) to include a
  2 year base period and 3 unpriced option years. This item,
  in addition to the five other listed below, will be included
  in this contract. There are no drawings available. GTS is the
  only approved repair source. Any interested parties may contact
  NAVICP source development at 215-697-5717 for information regarding
  technical qualification for future procurements. Award will
  not be delayed pending receipt of source approval. The addtional
  five items are as follows: 1. 7RE 6625-01-222-5163 BY, P/N
  0015929-001, QTY 89 EA 2. 7RE 5998 01-222-5226 BY, P/N 470AS-C0157-101,
  QTY 56 EA 3. 7RE 5998-01-222-5236 BY, P/N 0015564-01, QTY 206
  EA 4. 7RE 6625-01-222-5182 BY, P/N 0015928-002, QTY 46 EA 5.
  7RH 6625-01-229-2467 BY, P/N 0015552-01, QTY 57 EA, See Note
  22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C389)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: SPACE AND NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS CENTER, CHARLESTON; ONE
  INNOVATION DRIVE; Hannahan, SC 29408; PO Box 190022, North
  Charleston, SC 29419-9022
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
SOL N65236-01-T-0156
DUE 021201
POC Point of Contact - MARILYN BELDING Code 112MB, Simplified
  Acquisitions Contracting Officer, 843-218-4182
DESC: SPAWAR CHARLESTON intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only one source to ensure compatibility with existing/prime
  equipment manufactured by DMSI,INC - See Note 22. ANTICIPATED
  AWARD DATE February 15, 2001. SIC Code 3669. Item 0001: MATRIX
  POWER SUPPLY. Quantity: 3 Each.; Item 0002: MATRIX SWITCH CONTROL
  MODULE. Quantity: 4 Each.; Item 0003: MATRIX CONTROL MODULE.
  Quantity: 3 Each. Del to Receiving Officer SPAWAR SysCen, Charleston,
  2921 Avenue B North #1639, North Charleston, SC, 29405-1639.
  Delivery date: 2/28/01.; All responsible sources may submit
  a proposal which shall be considered. SHIPPING COSTS, if applicable.
EMAILADD: beldingm@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3C1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--TRANSFORMER, POWER
SOL SP0900-01-R-X111
DUE 032101
POC Joseph Smith, Contract Specialist, 614-692-2118, fax -4230
DESC: Response date given above is an estimated closing date
  for the solicitation. Item being procured is NSN 5950-00-863-2104.
  This solicitation is an RFP and will be available on the Internet
  at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp on its issue date of 02/21/01.
  Hard copies of this solicitation are not available. The small
  business standard is 500 employees. Specifications, plans or
  drawings are not available. The proposed procurement contains
  an option to extend the contract period one or more times at
  the discretion of the government. The total shall not exceed
  5 years. While price may be a significant factor in the evaluation
  of offers, the final award decision will be based upon a combination
  of price, delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors
  as described in the solicitation. The proposed contract is
  100% set aside for small business concerns. One or more of
  the items under this acquisition may be subject to an Agreement
  on Government Procurement approved and implemented in the United
  States by the Trade Agreements Act of 1979. All offers shall
  be in the English language and in U.S. dollars. All interested
  suppliers may submit an offer. Based upon market research,
  the Government is not using the policies contained in Part
  12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, in its solicitation for
  the described supplies or services. However, interested persons
  may identify to the contracting officer their interest and
  capability to satisfy the Government's requirement with a commercial
  item within 15 days of this notice. 
EMAILADD: joseph.smith@dscc.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 59--VARIOUS SPARE PARTS IN SUPPORT OF THE M1A2 ABRAMS
  SEP TANK
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0057
POC Gail Bindewald (309) 782-3656
DESC: DESC: 34 Spare Parts for M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank, Part Number
  Various. The items to be procured are various spare parts for
  the M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank. Requirements vary from 12 each to
  50 each and include wiring harnesses and cables. FOB is origin.
  For use on the M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank. Estimated issue date is
  16 Feb 01. The proposed contract will include a 200% option.
  This solicitation is restricted to General Dynamics Land Systems,
  38500 Mound Road, Sterling Heights, MI 48310-3260. Offers from
  concerns other than the above are not solicited. Published
  for subcontracting purposes only. 
EMAILADD: bindewaldg@ria.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 59--VARIOUS SPARE PARTS IN SUPPORT OF THE M1A2 ABRAMS
  SEP TANK
SOL DAAE20-00-R-0058
POC Gail Bindewald (309) 782-3656
DESC: DESC: 55 Spare Parts for M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank, Part Number
  Various. The items to be procured are various spare parts for
  the M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank. Requirements vary from 4 each to
  32 each and include wiring harnesses, power supplies, windows,
  and cables. FOB is origin. For use on the M1A2 Abrams SEP Tank.
  Estimated issue date is 16 Feb 01. The proposed contract will
  include a 200% option. This solicitation is restricted to General
  Dynamics Land Systems, 38500 Mound Road, Sterling Heights,
  MI 48310-3260. Offers from concerns other than the above are
  not solicited. Published for subcontracting purposes only.
EMAILADD: bindewaldg@ria.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 59--VARIOUS SPARE PARTS IN SUPPORT OF THE M1A2/SEP PROGRAM
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0059
POC Gail Bindewald (309) 782-3656
DESC: DESC: 6 Spare Parts for M1A2 and M1A2 SEP Abrams Tank,
  Part Number Various. The items to be procured are various spare
  parts for the M1A2and M1A2 SEP Abrams Tank. Requirements vary
  from 15 each to 49 each and include circuit cards, periscope,
  and metal seal ring. FOB is origin. For use on the M1A2 Abrams
  SEP Tank. Estimated issue date is 16 Feb 01. The proposed contract
  will include a 200% option. This solicitation is restricted
  to General Dynamics Land Systems, 38500 Mound Road, Sterling
  Heights, MI 48310-3260. Offers from concerns other than the
  above are not solicited. Published for subcontracting purposes
  only.
EMAILADD: bindewaldg@riamarmy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--SWITCH , PRESSURE-THERMOSTATIC
SOL SP0930-01R-A156
POC for information only- S. Tinapple @ (614)692-2825
DESC: SWITCH, PRESSURE-THERMOST, NSN 5930-01-089-9142, IAW Presision
  Sensors P/N DT16MT-13. Quantity is 178 ea. to delivered to
  New Cumberland, PA and 28 ea. to be delivered to Stockton,
  CA, 175 days after the date of the award.The solicitation will
  close on or about 3/22/01 and is an RFP which includes a 100%
  Option quantity. This is an unrestricted procurement and there
  are NO drawings/specifications available. See note 26. Hard
  copies are NOT available and this RFP will be posted on the
  DSCC Web site after March 22, 2001 @ http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote which shall
  be considered. 
LINKURL: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division,
  Villa Road, Bldg. 8110, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684-0010
SUBJECT: 59--TRIVEC AVANT ANCILLARY SATCOM ANTENNA
SOL N00421-01-Q-0171
DUE 020901
POC Terri Meunier, Contracting Officer (301) 862-8318
DESC: Solicitation N00421-01-Q-0171 is issued as a request for
  quote (RFQ). This action is set aside for small business. The
  Government intends to purchase on a firm fixed-price basis
  and to solicit and negotiate the proposed purchase order on
  a sole source basis with Trivec-Avant Corporation for the part
  number listed below, under the authority of FAR Part 6.302-1.
  The contract line item number and description is **CLIN 0001
  Quantity 14 ea P/N AV-2040-3 Ancillary SATCOM Antenna , manufacturer
  must be Trivec Avant Corporation. Award is expected 12 Feb
  2001. Interested persons may identify their interest and capability
  to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  all proposals received by 09 Feb 2001 will be considered by
  the Government. A determination by the government not to compete
  this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  The Government will not pay for any information received. Facsimile
  proposals are acceptable. For information contact Terri Meunier,
  Code 254124, Telephone (301)862-8318, FAX(301)862-8342 or via
  e-mail: MeunierTM@navair.navy.mil.  
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3R3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: NASA/Dryden Flight Research Center, Code A, P.O. Box
  273, Edwards, CA 93523-0273
SUBJECT: 59--PCI BIT SYNCHRONIZERS, PROGRAMMABLE DUAL STEAM PCM
  SIMULATOR AND PCI SIMULATOR 2-STREAM BREAK-OUT PANELS.
SOL RFQ4-P1OC00036-MLV
POC  Michelle L. Vial, Contract Specialist, Phone (661) 276-3513,
  Fax (661) 276-2904, Email michelle.vial@mail.dfrc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/DFRC intends to use an existing blanket purchase agreement
  (BPA) to purchase the following items from the manufacturer,
  Veridian Systems of California, Maryland, in accordance with
  FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source (10 USC 2304(c)(1)).
  These items are upgrades for existing equipment. The time and
  cost to modify existing equipment for an equal upgrade would
  be too costly and would delay upcoming flight programs/schedules.
  5Mbps PCI Bit Sync - P/N TSNC05-400-001 (3 each); Programmable
  Dual Steam PCM Simulator - P/N PSIM-200-001 (1 each); Break-Out
  Panel: PCI Simulator, 2 Stream - P/N CHS3K-BOP-3XX (2 each).
  This procurement is being conducted under the Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures (SAP). The Government intends to acquire a commercial
  item using FAR Part 12. The NAICS Code and size standard are
  334419 and 500, respectively. The DPAS rating for this procurement
  is DO A-7. Interested organizations may submit their capabilities
  and qualifications to perform the effort in writing to the
  identified point of contact no later than 4:00 p.m. local time
  on 16 Feb 2001. Such capabilities/qualifications will be evaluated
  solely for the purpose of determining whether or not to conduct
  this procurement on a competitive basis. A determination by
  the Government not to compete this proposed effort on a full
  and open competition basis, based upon responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of the government. Oral communications
  are not acceptable in response to this notice. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed. See NASA Specific Note "B". Any referenced
  notes can be viewed at the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=24#RFQ4-P1OC00036-MLV
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: michelle.vial@mail.dfrc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3R6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division,
  Villa Road, Bldg. 8110, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684-0010
SUBJECT: 59--LAMBDA POWER SUPPLY
SOL N00421-01-Q-0161
DUE 020801
POC Terri Meunier, Contracting Officer (301) 862-8318
DESC: Due to an additional item being added, this RFQ N00421-01-Q-0161
  is hereby amended. Clin 0017 Quantity 9 ea P/N LZS-500-3(Lambda)power
  supply is hereby added  to the original RFQ N00421-01-Q-0161.
  All other terms and conditions remain the same. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 59--BOX CONNECTOR, EL
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0322
DUE 031701
POC Debra Scruggs, Contracting Officer, FAX 256-955-9237
DESC: NSN: 5975-01-225-5616, PN: 70A015-1, PRON: AX1F0009AX Solicitation
  No. DAAH23-R-0322, Quantity: 6 each Plus 2 Years Option, applicable
  to the UH-60 Aircraft. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to Texarkana,
  TX. The approved source solicited is: Aeroaire Corporation.
  Required delivery schedule 210 days after award. Adequate technical
  data is not available for this acquisition. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered. Firms
  that recognize and can produce the required item described
  above are encouraged to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by accessing the website www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking
  under SAR for information.  The closing date annotated is
  an estimated date and may be adjusted dependent upon the date
  of release of solicitation; however, solicitation will not
  close prior to the closing date stated above. No telephone
  request will be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request
  referencing DAAH23-01-R-0322, ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-C, Debra Scruggs,
  Contracting Officer, on FAX numbers 256-955-9237. NOTES: 22,23
  and 26           
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bld 1233, Oo-Alc 6072 Fir
  Avenue, Hill Air Force base, Ut 84056-5820
SUBJECT: 59--PRESSURE VESSEL
SOL F42620-01-Q-22928 02
POC Angela Pollock/Lgke/[801]775-2291, For additional information
  contact Angela Pollock/Lgke/[801]775-2291
DESC: Amendment, Synopsis F42620-01-Q-22928 has been changed
  to F42620-01-R- 22928. As a result of this transaction F42620-01-Q-22928
  has been cancelled in its entirety.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Angela.Pollock@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Federal Emergency Management Agency, Mt. Weather Emergency
  Assistance Center, 19844 Blue Ridge Mountain Road, Bluemont,
  VA 20135
SUBJECT: 59--REPAIR/REPLACEMENT OF CESIUM BEAM FREQUENCY STANDARD
  REPLACEMENT TUBE FOR CESIUM CLOCK
SOL VBT1029Y
DUE 021601
POC Mrs. Sandi Nixon, Contract Specialist, 540/542-2303
DESC: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Mt. Weather
  Emergency Assistance Center (MWEAC), Bluemont, VA intends to
  negotiate with Frequency Standards & Service (formerly A+ Electronics),
  Colorado Springs, CO to provide test and evaluation of an existing
  Cesium Beam Frequency Standard for a Cesium Clock (HP5061B/Serial
  No. 2840A00542) and based on the evaluation results to provide
  repair of the faulty unit which will include calibration and
  possible installation of a replacement tube . This acquisition
  is in support of FEMA's Mobile Emergency Response Systems (MERS)
  Detachment's daily operations and the mission support provided
  to the Agency by MERS. Based on previous market surveys and
  historical data, there are only 3 known sources who can provide
  the required inspection and repair services, as well as the
  replacement tubes, for the cesium clocks (OEM Hewlett Packard).
  The materials and services offered by Frequency Standards &
  Service has proven to be the most cost effective as well as
  best serving the Government's interest. The supplies and services
  are considered commercial in nature. Interested persons may
  respond by identifying their capability to provide the required
  services and parts, to include descriptive literature/product
  information and pricing. Responses shall be in writing and
  sent to the address identified above, ATTN: Mrs. Sandi Nixon.
  Responses must be received no later than 02/16/2001. This synopsis
  is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all proposals
  received by the date identified above will be considered by
  the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete
  this proposed requirement based upon responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of the Government and only
  small business concerns may respond to the notice. NAICS Code
  3359990/Small Business Size 500 employees. Information received
  will be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. SEE NOTE 1.
EMAILADD: sandi.nixon@fema.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIP COMPO
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  5998-01-155-6469IM, P/N: 004391-03, NOUN: ELECTRONIC COMPONENT,
  OEM: MOOG INC., ACFT. GROUP. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIP COMPO
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  they have manufactured the actualitem(s), approval based on
  similarity will not be considered. This notice does not mean
  that the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  5915-01-082-8856IM, P/N: 131520-100, NOUN: FILTER, DIRECT CURRE,
  OEM: MOOG INC.; NSN: 5998- 01-476-4212NT, P/N: 4018300-904,
  NOUN: ELECTRONIC COMPONENT, OEM: HONEYWELL. The approximate
  issue/response date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests.
  Only written or faxed requests received directly from the requestor
  are acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Z0)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--RING ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0430-01-R-1688
DUE 040601
POC Sharon Blackmore/ZZ885/804-279-5373, Steve Tuck/804-279-4196/Contracing
  officer
DESC: Solicitation for NSN 5977-00-856-2152, YPG01018000726,
  RING ASSEMBLY, ELECTRICAL, SMITHS INDUSTRIES AEROSPACE AND
  DEFENSE SYSTEMS,CAGE# 35351, PART# 125357-02. Classification
  Code(FAR 5.207(g) 59. Specifications, plans or drawings relating
  to the procurement described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government. PRLI OOO1, Quantity - 12, Unit
  Issue - EA, Delivery Schedule - 120 DARO, DEST - DDSP NEW CUMBERLAND,
  PA. PRLI OOO2, Quantity - 14, Unit Issue - EA, Delivery Schedule
  - 120 DARO, DEST - DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION DEPOT SAN DIEGO, CA.
  Option to increase quantity - 100%. Other than full and open
  (10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1). Only one source (SEE NOTE
  22). Intended Source: SMITHS INDUSTRIES AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE
  SYSTEMS. Trade Agreement Act. Sole Source(FAR 6.302). Unstricted.
  "A copy of the solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format (PDF). To download and view these documents you will
  need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software
  is available free at http://www.adobe.com. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters." Solicitation
  issue date is 02/21/01. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT
SOL SP0430-01-R-1414
DUE 040601
POC Sharon Blackmore/ZZ885/804-279-5373, Steve Tuck/804-279-4196/Contracing
  Officer
DESC: Solicitation for NSN 6105-00-775-4249, FPG00353000880,
  MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT. WHITTAKER CORP,WHITTAKER CONTROLS DIV.,
  CAGE#79318, PART# 152292. Classification Code (FAR 5.207(g)59.
  Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the procurement
  described are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. PRLI 0001, Quantity - 134, Unit Issue - EA, Delivery
  Schedule - 120 DARO, DEST - DLA STOCK FUND MATERIAL TINKER
  AFB, OK. Option to increase quantity - 100%. Other than full
  and open (10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1). Only one source
  (SEE NOTE 22). Intended Source: WHITTAKER CORP. Trade Agreement
  Act. Sole Source(FAR 6.302). Unrestricted. "A copy of the solicitation
  will be available via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable docuemtn format (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters." Solicitation issue date is 02/21/01.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT
SOL SP0430-01-R-1027
DUE 030201
POC cherrie wyatt tel (804) 279-3026 fax (804) 279-4165
DESC:  NSN: 6110-00-246-3101, FPG00340001796, Honeywell Intl
  Inc., cage: 70210, part number 516408-1-2, Motor, Direct Current,
  requesting 180 ARO days. Solicitation contains a 100% option
  on both lines. To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at (804) 279-3350;
  send a request by FAX to (804) 279-4165; or mail a request
  to: DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway,
  Richmond, VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact
  the buyer.
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: wrobinson@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--ARMATURE ASSY
SOL SP0430-01-R-1385
DUE 040601
POC Sharon Blackmore?ZZ885/804-279-5373, Steve Tuck/804-279-4196/Contracting
  Officer
DESC: Solicitation for NSN 6105-01-189-1552, YPG00354000255,
  ARMATURE ASSY, GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., DIRECT CURRENT MOTOR AND
  GENERATOR DEPT., CAGE# 01288, PART# 77C32D900017. Classification
  Code (FAR 5.207(g) 59. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating
  to the procurement described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government. PRLI 0001, Quantity - 3, Unit
  Issue - EA, Delivery Schedule - 120 DARO, DEST - DDSP NEW CUMBERLAND,
  PA. Option to increase quantity - 100%. Other than full and
  open (10 U.S.C. (c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1). Only one source (SEE
  NOTE 22). Intended Source: GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. Trade Agreement
  Act. Sole Source(FAR 6.302). Unrestricted. "A copy of the solictation
  will be available via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document format (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters." Solicitation issue date is 02/21/01.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3A9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--GEARBOX ASSEMBLY
DUE 030501
POC cherie wyatt tel (804) 279-3026 fax (804) 279-4165
DESC:  NSN: 6105-00-553-5158, FPG00346001009, Kollsman Inc,
  cage: 89944, part number 86546400901, gearbox assembly. This
  solicitation contain a 100% option, requesting 220 ARO days.
  To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation, you may call
  the a"Request for R and B Hot Line" at (804) 279-3350; send
  a request by FAX to (804) 279-4165; or mail a request to: DSCR,
  Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact the
  buyer.  The solicitation issue date is 05 Feb 2001.  The
  solicitation closing date is 05 Mar 2001. 
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: wrobinson@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F5)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--POWER SUPPLY
SOL SP0430-01-R-0364
DUE 032001
POC Rebecca Robison/ZY-285/DSCR0-JEPB/804-279-6610/fax804-2794361
DESC: NSN 6130-00-781-3990, Power Supply, YPG00206001208. Federal
  Mogul p/n 28VS100Y-7A. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating
  to the procurement described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government. Sole source item, unrestricted,
  100% option to increase quantities. Del - 190 daro to Tracy,
  CA 95376-5900 and 190 daro to Bremerton, WA. The final award
  decision may be based upon a combination of price, past performance,
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitaiton.
  To request a copy of an RFP/IBF solicitation, you may call
  the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350; send a
  request by FAX to 804-279-4165; or mail a request to: DSCR,
  Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact the
  buyer. The solicitation issue date is 20 Feb 01. 
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rrobison@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G9)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--CONTROL ASSY-CHASSIS, BAT
SOL SP0430-01-R-0648
DUE 032001
POC Rebecca Robison/ZY-285/DSCR-JEPB/804-279-6610/fax804-2794361
DESC: NSN 6130-01-207-6752, Control assy-chassis Bat, YPG00210000849.
  Lockheed Martin Corp p/n 16E3102-815, Richard MFG p/n 16E3102-815.
  Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to the procurement
  described are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. Sole source item, unrestricted, 100% option to
  increase quantities. Del - 270 daro to Tracy, CA 95376-5900.
  The final award decision may be based upon a combination of
  price, past performance, and other evaluation factors as described
  in the solicitaiton. To request a copy of an RFP/IBF solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350;
  send a request by FAX to 804-279-4165; or mail a request to:
  DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact the
  buyer. The solicitation issue date is 20 Feb 01. 
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rrobison@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3H9)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Bldg 606, Iowa Avenue, P.O.
  Box 140, Ft Leonard Wood, MO 65473-0140
SUBJECT: 61--TRANSFORMERS
SOL DABT31-01-T-0031
DUE 022601
POC Robert Ebaugh, Contract Specialist, 573.596.0261; Donald
  Blotzer, Contracting Officer, 573.596.0251
DESC: DESC: Purchase of: four(4)each (NEW)Transormers, compartmental-type,
  pad- mounted, oil-filled, three-phase loop-feed distribution,
  suitable for outdoor use, 750 kVA; Two(2) each (NEW)Transformers,
  compartmental-type, pad-mounted, oil filled, three-phase, loop-feed
  distribution, suitable for outdoor use 75 kVA Please include
  the quotation number, the name of the requestor, mailing address,
  and telephone number. A fax request will be accepted. FAX (573)-596-0267.
  All responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered by the USAEC & Fort Leonard Wood,
  Missouri 65473
EMAILADD: ebaughb@wood.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  via email 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--MOTOR, ALTERNATING CURRENT
SOL SP0430-01-R-1048
DUE 030801
POC Cherrie Wyatt, tel (804) 279-3026 fax (804) 279-4165
DESC:  NSN: 6105-01-393-8951, YPG00327000785, Edson Corp., cage:
  19548, part number 161-A-1214, motor, alternating current,
  requesting 150 ARO days. This solicitation contains a 100%
  option, QAP 251 applies. To request a copy of an FRP/IFB solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at (804) 279-3350;
  send a request by FAX to (804) 279-4165; or mail a request
  to: DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway,
  Richmond, VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact
  the buyer.
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: wrobinson@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N0)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 61--61
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  6130-01-239-0390HY, P/N: 4-465-01, NOUN: POWER SUPPLY, OEM:
  ELDEC CORP. The approximate issue/response date will be 21
  FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written or faxed requests
  received directly from the requestor are acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 61--ELEC WIRE & POWER & DISTR EQUIP
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact Ken Thomason/Pkcc/[405]736-5370
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  6150-01-212-2530MW, P/N: L54468909052A-A, NOUN: CABLE ASSEMBLY,
  SPEC., OEM: BOEING NORTH AMERICAN. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: No E-mail Listed
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y4)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 61--ELEC WIRE, & POWER & DISTR EQUIP
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  6105-00-635-6418HY, P/N: 100914, NOUN: MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT,
  OEM: WHITTAKER CONTROLS DIV. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 62--Lighting Fixtures and Lamps--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 62--LIGHTING FIXTURES & LAMPS
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact John Pickle/Pkcc/[405]736-3191
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  6220-00-901-7794QR, P/N: 3B90049-193, NOUN: LIGHT ASSEMBLE
  INDICATOR, OEM: EATON CORP. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: john.pickle@tinker.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: TransCentury Associates, 4300 Montgomery Avenue, Suite
  301, Bethesda, MD 20814
SUBJECT: 65--MEDICAL EQUIPMENT; ALL COMMODITIES ARE FOR EGYPT;
  FOR HEALTHY MOTHER/HEALTHY CHILD, MINISTRY OF HEALTH, EGYPT
SOL 263-0242-0101-9
DUE 031601
POC Contact Points: A) Mr. Yousri Aclimandos, Cairo, Egypt; Tel:
  ++202-393-6425; B) Ms. Mary Ann Zimmerman, 4300 Montgomery
  Avenue, Suite 301, Bethesda MD 20814; Tel: 301-652-4242; Fax:
  301-652-1858. A single copy of the Terms and Conditions for
  the Invitation for Bid (IFB), together with a single copy of
  the lists of items with specifications, may be obtained only
  by a written/fax request to Mary Ann Zimmerman at the Bethesda
  office. Telephone requests will not be honored. All requests
  for IFB documents must be received by February 21, 2001.
DESC: Medical Euqipment. ALL USAID 000 Geographic code. Two items
  in bid: oxygen concentrators and portable incubators.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C415)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Acquisition & Materiel Management
  Service, 2250 Leestown Road, Lexington, KY 40511-1093
SUBJECT: 65--ENDOVASCULAR SUPPLIES
SOL 596-27
DUE 030801
POC Mildred Caywood, Contracting Officer, 859/281-3958; Fax 859/281-3971
DESC: One-time purchase for delivery of various endovascular
  supplies for less invasive vascular surgeries, including catheters,
  sheaths, stents, wires, racquets, etc. Brand name or equal
  part numbers of Cordis Corporation will be provided in the
  Request for Quotations. NAIC code 339112 with a small business
  size standard of 500 employees is applicable. Acquisition of
  commercial items will be made in accordance with FAR Part 12.
  RFQ, available on or about 2/16/01, must be requested in writing.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C421)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Cambridge Consulting Corporation, 10 N. Jefferson Street,
  Suite 100-A, Frederick, MD 21701
SUBJECT: 65--MARKET INVESTIGATION OF PORTABLE DENTAL APPARATUSES
  SUITABLE FOR MILITARY USE
SOL NA
DUE 031501
POC Pete Eisen, Program Analyst, 301-698-5592
DESC: DESC>Cambridge Consulting Corporation has been tasked by
  the U.S. Army Medical Department to conduct a market investigation
  of portable, rugged dental operating and treatment apparatuses
  that are suitable for use in the military, field environment.
  The preferred system would fit into one storage and transportation
  case of 4 cubic feet or less, would have a weight of 50 pounds
  or less, and would require less than 2,000 watts of electrical
  power for its operation. System shall have an oil-free compressor
  that provides a continuous source of moisture-free air to the
  system and its tools; an air storage tank that provides a minimum
  of 5 minutes of air in the event of compressor failure; an
  oral evacuation system consisting of a vacuum system, high-volume
  evacuation, saliva ejector, and a waste reservoir; a water
  system that provides water to the air/water syringe and hand
  piece; a hand piece with fiber optic illumination that has
  burr speeds of 1,000 to 160,000 RPM if electrically powered
  or 1,000 to 200,000 RPM if air powered; and a three-way syringe
  consisting of a tip, head, and handle. Further information
  on the operational requirements of the system and a detailed
  survey questionnaire are available from Cambridge Consulting
  Corporation, Attn: Pete Eisen, 10 N. Jefferson Street, Suite
  100-A, Frederick, MD 2l701, phone 301-698-5592, e-mail peter_eisen@ccc-fred.com.
  This market investigation is a request for information only
  and does not constitute a solicitation or a commitment to purchase
  systems.  
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: peter_eisen@ccc-fred.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--GYROSCOPE, RATE
SOL SP0440-01-R-1522
DUE 032801
POC Karen Claiborne/804-279-4780
DESC: PR: FPG01004001243, NSN: 6615-01-071-4513, Gyroscope, Rate,
  RFP #: SP0440-01-R-1522. Contracting Officer: Glenice L. Daniel-Chambers/804-279-3158.
  Subject item is non-commercial and is configuration control.
  ISSUE DATE: 28 Feb 01 CLOSING DATE: 28 Mar 01. Subject RFP
  is a Definite Quantity Contract with 100%option provisions.
  The requested delivery schedule cited in the RFP is: 124 DARO.
  The FOB and I/A is: Origin. The manufacturer of subject item
  is Lockheed Martin Corp., CAGE: 81755, P/N: 16VC006-2. The
  approved sources are: Condor Pacific Industries, CAGE: 24321,
  P/N: 16100 NON-OEM and Condor Pacific Industries, CAGE: 63395,
  P/N: 67699-302 NON-OEM. The RFP total qty is 260 each (basic).
  The final contract award decision may be based upon a combination
  of price, past performance and other evaluation factors as
  described in the solicitation. A copy of the solicitation will
  be available via the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document format (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters. 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, ARS, Southern Plains Area, 7607 Eastmark Drive,
  Suit 230, College Station, Texas, 77840
SUBJECT: 66--AUTO MONTAGE SYSTEM
SOL R109-6235-2001
DUE 021501
POC Michael A. Douglas, Contracting Officer, Phone: 979/260-9480;
  Fax: 979/260-9413
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The solicitation number is R109-6235-2001 and
  is issued as a request for quotation (RFQ). The SIC is 3826.
  This solicitation document incorporates those provisions and
  clauses in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  The USDA, Agricultural Research Service, intends to procure
  on a sole source basis one (1) Auto-Montage System, (Part Number
  AM-SYS-PRM/70) and Workstation, (Part Number AM-PC) from K&R
  Technology International, 97H Monocacy Boulevard, Frederick,
  MD, 21701 under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, Only one responsible
  source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency
  requirements. The internal colonization of native plant roots
  by symbiotic fungi is being evaluated microscopically at high
  magnification to examine the nature and extent of internal
  plant-fungal associations. Because of the narrow depth of field
  encountered when using high magnification, a fully automated
  imaging system that generates a perfectly focused images of
  internal plant-fungal interfaces over an expanded depth of
  field in whole root mounts is required. Such a system will
  facilitate 3-D documentation, measurement, and recording of
  microscopic data necessary to accurately describe and communicate
  the internal fungal interfaces in root cells. The following
  are the Salient characteristics for the equipment required:
  (1) A high resolution, high sensitivity 3-chip digital camera
  system capable of high resolution imaging for differential
  interference, phase contrast and low light fluorescence microscopy.
  The system must be able to scan 3 D whole root mounts at high
  magnification, capture and collate focused images over a wide
  depth of field and build a 9000 X 9000 pixel, fully focused
  image. (2) System support requires a 900MHz or better computer
  with 512 MB RAM, 32 MB,Open GL accelerated graphic board; 30GB
  Hard disk; 20/48x CD-ROM and 8x/4x/32x CD/RW CD-writer Iomega
  250 Zip Drive; Network card, 21" Monitor, MS Office SBE software,
  High Resolution Digital Color Printer. All software and boards
  pre-loaded and tested. (3) Software must have multiple file
  format support, handle unlimited image size, produce both monochrome
  and color images, advanced montaging algorithms, and image
  editing capability. (4) Measurement capabilities: calibrated
  measurements, line profile display and ability to export to
  Microsoft Excel. (5) 3D surface viewer, option to view 3D model
  from all angles, and rendered image or color coded surface.
  (6) Integraded framegrabber must be software controlled, capture
  high resolution images, support the high resolution 3 chip
  digital camera, color or monochrome, live window display, and
  PCI bus framegrabber. (7) Integrated Z-stepper that is software
  controlled, attaches to fine focus knob of existing Zeiss stereo
  and Axiophot research microscopes, automatic source image series
  capture and requires integrated framegrabber option. The contractor
  shall perform all delivery, set-up and training so that the
  Auto-Montage System is complete and ready to use. The Auto-Montage
  System shall be delivered to the USDA, Agricultural Research
  Service, Jornada Experimental Range, NMSU Knox Hall Room 239,
  Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88003. The Government "desires" delivery
  within 30 days or less after receipt of the purchase order
  by the successful offeror; however, each offeror shall include
  their proposed delivery schedule as part of their quotation.
  Acceptance and FOB point are destination. In order to be considered
  for award offerors shall provide a quotation on company letterhead
  detailing the unit pricing; descriptive literature, brochures,
  and five references for the proposed instrument that have received
  the proposed instrument within the last three calendar years
  (Government references preferred but will accept commercial
  references) shall also be provided for the product quoted.
  FAR 52.212-1 (Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items),
  FAR 52.212-2 (Evaluation - Commercial Items), the significant
  evaluation factors, in the relative order of importance, are
  (i) technical capability of the item offered to meet the Government
  requirement; (ii) past performance; and (iii) price (based
  on F.O.B. Destination), and FAR 52.212-4 (Contract Terms and
  Conditions - Commercial Items) apply to this acquisition. FAR
  52.212-5 (Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items) also applies,
  with the following clauses from (b) applicable to this acquisition:
  FAR 52.203-6; FAR 52.219-4; FAR 52.219-8; FAR 52.219-23; FAR
  52.222-26; FAR 52.222-35; FAR 52.222-36; FAR 52.222-37; FAR
  52.225-16; FAR 52.232-36. Offerors shall include a completed
  copy of the provision at 52.212-3 (Offeror Representations
  and Certifications - Commercial Items), with this offer; a
  copy of this provision may be obtained from the contracting
  officer or at http://www.arnet.gov/far. Furnish quotations
  to Michael Douglas, Contracting Officer, USDA, ARS, SPA, 7607
  Eastmark Drive, Suite 230, College Station, Texas, 77840, no
  later than 4:30p.m., February 15, 2001. Quotations my be provided
  by facsimile to (979) 260-9413 if desired. Additional information
  may be obtained by contacting the contracting officer at (979)
  260-9480 (voice) or email below. 
EMAILADD: mdouglas@spa.ars.usda.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-030 SN50C303)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Procurement
  Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812
SUBJECT: 66--RESIDUAL GAS ANALYZER
SOL 8-1-1-T4-D2177
DUE 021601
POC  Teresa A. Foley, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-0335,
  Fax (256) 544-2812, Email teresa.foley@msfc.nasa.gov - George
  E. Pendley, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-2949, Fax
  (256) 544-2812, Email george.pendley@msfc.nasa.gov
DESC: This notice is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This procurement is being conducted under the
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). Residual Gas Analyzer,
  Spectra Vision 1000-P-1-100 AMU Mass range closed ion source,
  differential pumping system operating pressure range: greater
  than 1 millitorr, minimum detectable partial pressure less
  than 5E-14 MBAR or equal. Quantity 1 each. The provisions and
  clauses in the RFQ are those in effect through FAC 97-21. This
  procurement is a total small business set-aside. See Note 1.
  The NAICS Code and the small business size standard for this
  procurement are 3826 and 500 employees, respectively. The quoter
  shall state in their quotation their size status for this procurement.
  All qualified responsible business sources may submit a quotation
  which shall be considered by the agency. Delivery to MSFC is
  required within 30 days ARO. Delivery shall be FOB Destination.
  The DPAS rating for this procurement is DO-C9. Quotations for
  the items(s) described above are due by 4:30 p.m., CST on February
  16, 2001 and may be mailed to Teresa A. Foley, PS52B, MSFC,
  AL 35812 or faxed to 256-544-2812 and include, solicitation
  number, FOB destination to this Center, proposed delivery schedule,
  discount/payment terms, warranty duration (if applicable),
  taxpayer identification number (TIN), identification of any
  special commercial terms, and be signed by an authorized company
  representative. Quoters are encouraged to use the Standard
  Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items
  form found at URL: http://procure.arc.nasa.gov/Acq/Forms/Index.html
  to submit a quotation. Quoters shall provide the information
  required by FAR 52.212-1. Exceptions to FAR 52.212-1 are as
  follows: (d), (h), and (i). If the end product(s) quoted is
  other than domestic end product(s) as defined in the clause
  entitled "Buy American Act -- Supplies," the quoter shall so
  state and shall list the country of origin. The Representations
  and Certifications required by FAR 52.2l2-3 may be obtained
  via the internet at URL: http://ec.msfc.nasa.gov/msfc/pub/reps_certs/sats/
  FAR 52.212-4 is applicable. Addenda to FAR 52.212-4 are as
  follows: 52.211-15. FAR 52.212-5 is applicable and the following
  identified clauses are incorporated by reference: FAR 52.212-5(b),
  52.222-27, 52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.225-3, and 52.232-34. The
  FAR may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.arnet.gov/far/
  The NFS may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/procurement/regs/nfstoc.htm
  Questions regarding this acquisition must be submitted in writing
  no later than February 8, 2001. Selection and award will be
  made to the lowest priced, technically acceptable quoter. Technical
  acceptability will be determined by information submitted by
  the quoter providing a description in sufficient detail to
  show that the product quoted meets the Government's requirement.
  Quoters must provide copies of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representation and Certifications - Commercial Items with their
  quote. See above for where to obtain copies of the form via
  the Internet. An ombudsman has been appointed - See NASA Specific
  Note "B". It is the quoter's responsibility to monitor the
  following Internet site for the release of amendments (if any):
  http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=62
  Potential quoters will be responsible for downloading their
  own copy of this combination synopsis/solicitation and amendments
  (if any). Any referenced notes can be viewed at the following
  URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=62#8-1-1-T4-D2177
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: teresa.foley@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C308)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 66--INDICATOR,DIGITAL D
SOL N0038301QH068
DUE 031201
POC Contact Point, Antoinette Lewis, 0224.11, (215)697-3472,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-6625-01-323-3588-LA, Ref Nr 128SCAV757-1, Qty 23
  EA, Delivery FOB Origin-- The subject item requires Government
  source approval prior to contract award, as the item is flight
  critical and/or the technical data available has not been determined
  adequate to support acquisition via full and open competition.
  Only the source(s) previously approved by the government for
  this item have been solicited. The time required for approval
  of a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C390)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U. S. Department Of Commerce, NOAA, Central Administrative
  Support Center, 601 East 12th St., CC31, Rm. 1756, Kansas City,
  Missouri 64106
SUBJECT: 66--SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
SOL 52WCNC106017SKC
DUE 030601
POC Sharon Clisso (816) 426-7267 ext. 231
DESC: Submission No. 50C2E3 dated January 30, 2001 for the procurement
  of a scanning electron microscope for the US Department of
  Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),
  National Ocean Services (NOS), Center for Coastal Environmental
  Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR) is hereby modified.
  The solicitation number is changed from 52WCNC101017SKC to
  52WCNC106017SKC. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--INSTRUMENTS & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
SOL sp044001r1715
DUE 022201
POC shirley maxey/az655 /8042793364/fax 8042796303
DESC: Pr Number: FPG00340002034, nsn 6685010728334, Lead Assembly,
  Therm, Ametek, Inc. (97424). Part Number Ametek, Inc. P/N 8TY12AAW1
  Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to the procurement
  described are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. Prli 0001, Qty 970 ea, 175 Days ARO, Tracy CA.
  OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN (10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1).
  12 Trade Agreements Act. 22 Sole source (FAR 6.302). 26 Commercial
  Notice (when the government does not intend to use Part 12,
  Commercial Acquisition Procedures) (FAR 5.206(e)(4). Unrestricted.
  ABVS: The final contract award decision may be based upon a
  combination of price, past performance, and other evaluation
  factors as described in the solicitation. ANTICIPATED ISSUE
  DATE 2-15-01. A copy of this solicitation will be available
  via the DLA Procurement GAteway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home on the issue date cited in the RFP.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPS" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are
  in portable document format (PDF). To download and view these
  documents you will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat
  Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com.
  A paper copy of this solicitation will not be available to
  requesters. For more information contact Shirley Maxey/AZ655/804-279-3364/Fax
  804-279-6303. Contracting Officer/Nancy Stephenson/804-279-4141.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--ACCELEROMETER, LINEAR
SOL SP0440-01-R-0645
DUE 032801
POC Karen Claiborne/804-279-4780
DESC: PR #: YPG00290001244, NSN: 6615-01-125-7940, Accelerometer,
  Linear, RFP #: SP0440-01-R-0645. Contracting Officer: Glenice
  L. Daniel-Chambers/804-279-3158. Subject item is non-commercial.
  ISSUE DATE: 28 Feb 01 CLOSING DATE: 28 Mar 01. Subject RFP
  is a Definite Quantity Contract with 100% option provisions.
  The requested delivery schedule cited in the RFP is 272 DARO.
  The FOB and I/A is: Origin. The RFP total quantity is 66 each
  (basic). Subject item is sole source to Lockheed Martin Corp.,
  CAGE: 89954, P/N: 123D6790G3. The final contract award decision
  may be based upon a combination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  A copy of the solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format (PDF). To download and view these documents you will
  need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software
  is available free at http://www.adobe.com. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Research Laboratory, Attn: Code 3420, 4555 Overlook
  Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20375
SUBJECT: 66--OSCILLOSCOPE
SOL N00173-01-Q-0045
POC Darlene Copp, 202-767-2374
DESC:   Naval Research Laboratory intends to award Tektronix
  Inc., on other than full and open competitive basis, 1 each,
  Model TESl7404 Oscilloscope, and extended memory, (part TES74043M).
  Sole source is based on unique characteristics required to
  meet minimum needs of the Naval Research Laboratory.  See
  note(s) 22. 
EMAILADD: SolQnA@labmis.nrl.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3O3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Research Laboratory, Code 3220, 4555 Overlook Ave.
  S.W., Washington, D.C. 20375-5326
SUBJECT: 66--BIOCHIP FACILITY
SOL N00173-01-R-TB02
POC 11. John T. Booros, Contract Specialist, Code 3220.TB, (202)
  767-2120, Wayne Carrington, Contracting Officer
DESC: This combined synopsis/solicitation issued on 30 January
  2001, for a Biochip Facility is modified to correct the closing
  date of the solicitation and the information for receipt of
  proposals to read as follows:   Original and two (2) copies
  of the Offeror's proposal must be delivered to Contracting
  Officer, Bldg. 222, Rm. 115A, Naval Research Laboratory, Code
  3220.TB, 4555 Overlook Ave., S.W., Washington, D.C., 20375-5326
  no later than 4:00 p.m. E.S.T. on 15 February 2001.  The package
  should be marked RFP N00173-01-R-TB02, Closing Date: 15 February
  2001.  For more information regarding this solicitation modification,
  contact John T. Booros, Contract Specialist, (202) 767-2120.
  All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall
  be considered by the agency. All other terms and conditions
  contained in the original combined synopsis/solicitation remain
  unchanged. 
EMAILADD: booros@contracts.nrl.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: DOC; Mountain Administrative Support Center, Acquisition
  Management Division, MC3, 325 Broadway MC3, Boulder, CO 80305-3328
SUBJECT: 66--VACUUM SPUTTERING SYSTEM
SOL 52RANB10C022
DUE 022601
POC Procurement Technicians, 303/497-3221, FAX 303/497-3163
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented by additional information included this
  notice and in accordance with the simplified acquisition procedures
  authorized in FAR Part 13. This announcement constitutes the
  only solicitation; = proposals are being requested and a written
  solicitation will NOT be issued. The solicitation number is
  52RANB10C022 and is issued as a request for proposal (RFP).
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-21.
  This acquisition is a small business set-aside. The NAICS Code
  is 334516, and small business size standard is 500 employees.
  Any amendment(s) hereto will only be published in the Commerce
  Business Daily. The National Institute of Standards and Technology
  (NIST) requires two (2) Vacuum Sputtering Systems (Item 0001).
  One of these systems will be used to deposit superconducting
  normal metal-superconducting trilayers for the Josephson Voltage
  Standard project and the other system will be used to deposit
  proximity bilayers for the Nanoscale Cryoelectronics project.
  Because of the overriding similarities of these systems, they
  shall be identical in all aspects except which materials will
  be placed as the sputtering targets. The target materials for
  the systems will consist of, but not be limited to Nb, PdAu,
  Ti, Cu, Mo, and Al. The systems shall have the following specifications:
  Chamber - shall be at least 46 cm (18 inch) diameter; O-ring
  sealed top plate, removable for servicing the interior of the
  chamber; welded, electro polished stainless steel chamber for
  high vacuum operation; conflat pumping, gauging and instrumentation
  ports = for all chamber accessories; three conflat source ports;
  load lock attachment port; electro mechanical hoist capable
  of raising the top plate; at least two 7 cm (2 3/4 inch) conflat
  ports for expansion; the system shall have ports to be compatible
  with the later addition of an ion source aimed at the substrate;
  minimum of two inspection ports with at least 5 cm (2 inch)
  windows; and able to withstand baking at 100 degrees centigrade
  without degradation. The vacuum pumping system = shall be capable
  of routinely providing a base pressure of under 5x10 to the
  minus 8 Torr. The systems shall be helium leak checked before
  shipment. The components shall consist of: For a vacuum pump,
  the systems shall use a CTI-8 Onboard cryopump or equal, with
  controller = and a water-cooled compressor; a pneumatically
  actuated isolation gate valve; oil sealed direct-drive mechanical
  roughing pump for roughing, = or cryopump regeneration; foreline
  trap, mist eliminator, roughing valve and assorted roughing
  hardware=96all flanges should be ISO/KF; independent, pneumatically
  actuated vent; and vacuum system controller with available
  computer control. The systems shall have a load lock with the
  following specifications: hinged, o-ring sealed door for ease
  of mounting wafers; 304 stainless steel construction; holder
  for a single 7.5 cm (3 inch) diameter substrate. The holder
  shall maintain = at least 7.2 cm (2.8 inch) deposition area;
  at least a 70 liter/sec Balzers/Pfeiffer, or equal, turbo molecular
  pump with oil sealed mechanical backing pump; reliable, easy-to-use
  substrate to chamber transfer mechanism with low particulate
  addition into the substrate platen; conflat expansion port
  for future plans; vacuum isolation valve and control hardware.
  The systems shall have the following vacuum gauging: one ionization
  gauge each in the process chamber and load = lock; one low
  vacuum gauge each in the process chamber, load lock, roughing
  line, and cryo regeneration line. The low vacuum gauges in
  the load lock and process chamber shall be capable of reading
  pressures between atmosphere and 1 mTorr; controllers and displays
  for all vacuum gauges. The systems shall have the following
  chamber pressure control features: gate valve with adjustable
  throttle valve to regulate the pumping rate for cryopump that
  may be controlled by the vacuum system controller; = two channels
  of mass flow control with controller, sensors and valves. One
  channel shall be for 0-100 sccm, one shall have a 0-10 sccm
  range. There shall be a shut-off valve on each mass flow line;
  = interconnections of the gas handling lines should be either
  VCR fittings or welded stainless steel; capacitance manometer,
  50 mTorr range with pneumatic isolation valve, with controller,
  and pressure display with the ability to control pressure using
  the flow controllers and with computer control; the manometer
  shall have an accuracy of 0.15 percent of = reading or better.
  Inside the process chamber there shall be the following deposition
  components: Three DC magnetron sputter guns pointing at the
  substrate each to be able to contain a single 7.5 cm (3 inch
  target); each shall be water cooled with the magnets isolated
  from the water; each shall have a copper cooling plate on which
  to mount the target; each shall have an independent shutter
  which can be computer or = manually controlled; the systems
  shall either sputter up or sputter across; and an RF bias for
  the substrate =96 configured to clean the substrate. = The
  bias may be removed during deposition. The substrate platen
  shall have the following characteristics: water-cooling of
  the substrate if the platen shall reach a temperature higher
  than 130 degrees centigrade during a 5 minute, 1 kW deposition;
  rotate with respect to the sputter guns to improve film uniformity;
  a minimum of three wafer carrier pucks shall be provided with
  each system. These deposition sources shall = have the following
  controllers: a 1.5 kW DC sputtering supply, switchable, using
  a computer controlled interface between the three guns; a 600W
  RF supply, with auto-tuning matching network for the substrate
  rf bias; = and the supply should be controllable via the computer.
  The systems shall be capable of producing films with better
  than 3 percent uniformity of thickness across a 75 mm (3 inch)
  wafer, while maintaining a 100 nm/min rate (for Niobium). A
  computer with the following features shall control the system:
  computer control over all vacuum and pumping systems; computer
  control over all deposition systems; graphical user interface;
  automatic or manual control of all systems and subsystems,
  which shall allow for the growth of multi-layer films without
  user intervention once the system reaches the proper operating
  condition; = the film deposition shall be controlled with user-configurable
  recipes; source code for the software shall be provided if
  a mechanism for rapid integration of user feedback is not provided;
  compatible with Microsoft Windows 98 or more recent operating
  system; under computer control of multi-layer deposition, the
  time between the termination of one layer = to the beginning
  of the next layer shall be less than 30 seconds. The systems
  shall have water cooling for the various components with shut-off
  valves for each component and flow switches to interlock turbo
  pumps, sputter guns, and other critical components. A single
  = connection point to 208V 3 phase, 70-100 Amp service, routed
  through a central distribution panel (provided with the system)
  shall power each system. One complete set of drawings and manuals
  shall be provided with each system. Delivery of the systems,
  F.O.B. Destination, to NIST, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305-3328,
  shall be made within 180 days from Contractor=92s receipt of
  contract award. The systems shall be = installed by the Contractor
  at NIST, Boulder Labs, Boulder, CO and training provided for
  two people for two days on the systems. A warranty of one year
  for parts and labor shall be provided for each system. Forms
  and clauses stipulated herein may be downloaded via the internet
  at the following address: http://www.masc.noaa.gov/masc/amd/prc_cont.html.
  Interested parties are responsible for accessing and downloading
  documents and forms from that (or any other) site. Firms without
  = access to the internet may call 303/497-3221 and request
  that copies of the clauses, provisions, and/or forms be either
  mailed or faxed to them. Offers shall include a properly completed
  and signed Standard Form 1449. The firm fixed-price shall include
  all equipment, delivery, installation and training FOB Boulder,
  Colorado. The following provisions and clauses apply to this
  solicitation: FAR 52.212-1, (provision) =93Instructions to
  Offerors - Commercial Items=94 // FAR 52.212-2, (provision)
  =93Evaluation - Commercial Items=94 evaluation factors: (1)
  Past Performance (offerors shall submit a minimum of 3 references
  with points of contact of similar systems already in the field);
  (2) Ability of the vacuum components (chamber, pumps, gauges,
  load lock) to meet or exceed specifications; (3) Ability of
  the deposition components (sputter guns, gas handling, wafer
  handling, = power supplies) to meet or exceed specifications;
  (4) Ability of the control computer (interface and software)
  to meet or exceed specifications; (5) Ability of the installation,
  documentation and warranty to meet or exceed specifications;
  and (6) price. Technical and past performance, when combined,
  are significantly more important than price. // FAR 52.212-3,
  (provision) =93Offeror Representations and Certifications -
  Commercial Items=94 (NOTE: Offerors shall include with their
  offers a completed copy of the provision at FAR 52.212-3.)
  // FAR 52.212-4, (clause) =93Contract Terms and Conditions
  - Commercial Items=94 // FAR 52.212-5, (clause) =93Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to = Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders - Commercial Items including the following additional
  FAR clauses referenced in FAR 52.212-5, subparagraphs (b) =
  (1) with Alt. I, (5), (7), (11), (12), (13), (14, (15), and
  (24). Award will be made to the offeror presenting the best
  overall value to the Government. Offers shall be evaluated
  in accordance with the Test Program procedures at FAR 13.500.
  For further information, please contact Jan Clark (303/497-6320).
  Offers are due at 3:00 P.M. on February 26, 2001 and shall
  be mailed to: BID DEPOSITORY/ DOC, NOAA, MASC, MC3, Acquisition
  Management Division, DSRC Room 33-GB506A, 325 Broadway, Boulder,
  CO 80305-3328. ALL hand-carried offers must be scanned in Building
  22 at 325 Broadway in Boulder, Colorado prior to being delivered
  to the David Skaggs Research Center., Room 33-GB506A, 325 Broadway,
  Boulder, CO. If they are not scanned, they may be refused.
  E-MAIL OR FACSIMILE OFFERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
EMAILADD:  masc.solicitation@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District,
  P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019
SUBJECT: 66--IDT FOR MANATEE PROTECTION SYSTEM ON VERTICAL LIFT
  GATES, VARIOUS LOCATIONS, FLORIDA
SOL DACW17-01-R-0003
DUE 040201
POC Darlene Ainsworth, Contract Specialist, 904-232-3055
DESC: US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, intends
  to procure manatee protection systems to be installed on selected
  water control structures located in south Florida. The contractor
  will provide all material, labor, and equipment to fabricate,
  install, and test manatee protection systems. The gate system
  shall use sensing devices based on piezo-electric film technology
  that was produced for this specific purpose. The system shall
  be capable of discerning and differentiating, or filtering
  signals from various sources and allow only those related to
  a manatee presence to initiate the alarm modes during gate
  closings. The devices shall be positioned and affixed to the
  channel floor adjacent to the existing gate seal both upstream
  and downstream of the gate-to-seal contact area. Control signals
  shall not interfere with normal gate openings and closings
  and shall interface with the existing gate controls. Sensor
  activation shall halt and reverse the lowering gate movement
  about six inches. At this same time, audio and visual signals
  shall be activated intermittently to alert gate operations
  personnel. Included in this work is the dewatering of the selected
  structures prior to the installation of the manatee protection
  systems. The contractor shall have the piezo-electric sensing
  device calibrated and tested prior to the final installation.
  The contractor shall have the equipment, parts, and labor available
  for installation of the sensing devices and electronic boxes
  and controls at each structure prior to the start of dewatering.
  This acquisition is "UNRESTRICTED." All businesses are encouraged
  to respond. Solicitation DACW17-01-R-0003 will be issued on
  or about 1 March 2001 with offers due on or about 2 April 2001.
  Copies of the solicitation document may be obtained from our
  website listed below. NAICS Code 334511, small business size
  standard is 750 employees. 
LINKURL: http://www.saj.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  mailing list.
EMAILADD: darlene.r.ainsworth@saj02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: 66--UV MULTIFILTER ROTATING SHADOWBAND RADIOMETER
SOL 1-074-REB.1306
DUE 021201
POC  Artistine R. Lethcoe-Reid, Purchasing Agent, Phone (757)
  864-2432, Fax (757) 864-9775, Email A.LETHCOE-REID@larc.nasa.gov
  - Susan E. McClain, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-8687,
  Fax (757) 864-8863, Email s.e.mcclain@larc.nasa.gov
DESC: THIS NOTICE CONSTITUTES AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE COMBINED
  SYNOPSIS/RFQ FOR UV MULTIFILTER ROTATING SHADOWBAND RADIOMETER.
  Companies shall acknowledge all amendment(s) in their quote.
  This notice serves as the official amendment to subject synopsis/RFQ
  and a written amendment will not be issued. The purpose of
  this amendment is to CANCEL requirement REB.1306 in it's entirety.
  Companies shall provide the information stated in the synopsis/RFQ
  posted on the NASA Acquisition Internet Service (NAIS) on 01/31/01.
  Documents related to this procurement are available over the
  Internet and are in Microsoft Office 97 format and reside on
  the World Wide Web (WWW) server which may be accessed using
  a WWW browser application. The Internet site, or URL, for the
  NASA/LaRC Business Opportunities home page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=CL&pin=23
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=23#1-074-REB.1306
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: A.LETHCOE-REID@larc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3T8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Disease
  Control and Prevention, Procurement and Grants Office (Atlanta),
  2920 Brandywine Road, Room 3000, Atlanta, GA, 30341-4146
SUBJECT: 66--MANUAL GC SYRINGES
SOL Reference-Number-TT01701
DUE 021501
POC Rebecca Beacham, Lead Purchasing Agent, Phone (770)488-2648,
  Fax (770)488-2670, Email RBeacham@CDC.GOV
DESC: The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) intends
  to purchase on a sole source basis from Lab Depot Inc., 75
  packs of the following item: LD 10-10-5 Manual GC syringes
  10 UL fixed needle glass, 26 gauge with beveled tip point style.
  length of needle is 50 mm with an od of 0.47 mm. Each syringe
  is fitted with an anti-roll glange and plunger connection guide.
  Needle to barrell connection is reinforced with a metal button
  around the needle and fixed to glass barrel. Each syringe is
  individually sealed. packed 5 to a tray with 10 trays per pack.
  THIS IS A COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS
  PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FORMAT IN SUBART 12.6, AS SUPPLEMENTED
  WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS NOTICE. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT
  CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLITICTATION; PROPOSALS ARE BEING REQUESTED
  AND A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE ISSUED. The following
  provision(s) apply to this acquisition: 52.212-1 Instructions
  to Offerors - Commercial Items (MAR 2000) applies to this acquisition;
  52.212-2, Evaluation - Commercial Items (JAN 1999); the evaluation
  criteria stated in paragraph (a) of this provision are as follows:
  (1) technical capability of the proposed system to meet the
  requirements stated herein, and (2) price. The clause 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms & Conditions - Commercial Items (MAY 1999) applies
  to this acquisition. The following FAR Clauses are hereby added
  to this clause: 52.247-35 F.O.B. Destination; The clause at
  52.212-5 - Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items applies to
  this acquisition. The following clauses listed in paragraph
  (b) of 52.212-5 apply to this acquisition: (1), (3), (5), (7),
  (9), (11), (12), (14), (15), (17), (18), (20) and (24). OFFERORS
  SHALL INCLUDE A COMPLETED COPY OF THE PROVISION AT 52.212-3,
  OFFERORS REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS - COMMERCIAL ITEMS,
  WITH YOUR QUOTE. The best way to complete this certification
  is to download the FAR Clauses (Volume II) at http://www.arnet.gov/far,
  print out the clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certification,
  and fill in the appropriate blanks. This procurement is not
  set-aside for small business. Offers will be due 02/15/2001
  by 12:00 noon EST at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
  Contracts Management Branch; Attn: Rebecca Beacham; 2920 Brandywine
  Road, Room 3000, Atlanta, GA 30341. Facsimile offers will be
  accepted at (770)488-2670/2671. Req. #TT01701 Attn: Rebecca
  Beacham, shall be clearly marked on the envelope and/or facsimile
  cover page. All responsible sources that can meet the above
  requirements may submit a quote, which will be considered by
  the Agency.*****.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=Reference-Number-TT01701&L=2965
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: RBeacham@CDC.GOV
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3V4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--ROTOR HOUSING ASSEM
SOL SP0440-01-R-1166
DUE 032101
POC Karen Claiborne/804-279-4780
DESC: PR #: YPG00333000568, NSN: 6615-00-311-0834, Rotor Housing
  Assem, RFP #: SP0440-01-R-1166. Contracting Officer: Glenice
  L. Daniel-Chambers/804-279-3158. ISSUE DATE: 21 Feb 01 CLOSING
  DATE: 21 Mar 01. Subject RFP is a Definite Quantity Contract
  with 100% option provisions. The requested delivery schedule
  cited in the RFP is 172 DARO. The FOB is Destination and the
  I/A is Origin. The RFP Total Qty is 38 each (basic). Subject
  item is sole source to BF Goodrich Avionics Systems Inc., CAGE:
  25583, P/N: 502-1154-52. The final contract award decision
  may be based upon a combination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  A copy of the solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format (PDF). To download and view these documents you will
  need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software
  is available free at http://www.adobe.com. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters. 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Z7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Oc-Alc/Pkc Dir Of Contracting, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1ag76a,
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 66--INSTRUMENTS & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
SOL N/A
DUE 032301
POC OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  contact Ken Thomason/Pkcc/[405]736-5370
DESC: In accordance with FAR 9.2 and Public Law 98.525 this synopsis
  constitutes notice that the Air Force has established Qualification
  Requirements (QR's) for the following items. This means that
  a company must go through a source approval process proving
  capability to manufacture aerospace items which are the same
  or very similar in fit, form, function and manufacturing processes
  as the items identified below. This notice does not mean that
  the Air Force is contemplating the purchase of these items
  in the near future nor does it mean that any drawings or specifications
  are available. (It should be noted that in most cases the Air
  force does not have data releasable to the public.) Should
  your company seek additional information on any item, please
  contact a competition specialist at 405-736-2104. The original
  equipment manufacturer (OEM) is listed after each item. NSN:
  6610-01-414-7481AW, P/N: 822-0390-001, NOUN: PROCESSOR, OEM:
  ROCKWELL INT'L CORP. COLLINS RADIO. The approximate issue/response
  date will be 21 FEB 2001. No telephone requests. Only written
  or faxed requests received directly from the requestor are
  acceptable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  Synposes at EPS
EMAILADD: No E-mail Listed
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3Y8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 67--Photographic Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Defense, Television-Audio Support Activity
  (T-ASA), March Contracting, 1363 Z Street, March ARB, CA 92518-2717
SUBJECT: 67--REFURBISHMENT OF TELESCOPIC LENSES - - TEAR DOWN
  & QUOTE
SOL MDA113-01-T-0006
DUE 030801
POC Fayette S. White, Contract Specialist at (909) 413-2416/FAX
  (909) 413-2432/Robert W. Gilmore, Contracting Officer (909)
  413-2414
DESC: Notes 1 and 22 applies. Announcement is amended to add
  a line item for the purchase or DOAMS upgrade and installation
  of upgrades based upon receipt of a satisfactory proposal and
  negotiation of a fair and reasonable price. Submission No.
  50B915.
EMAILADD: whitefs.dodmedia.osd.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3K5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 67--Photographic Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation,
  J. Edgar Hoover Building, Rm 6875, 935 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.,
  Washington, DC 20535-0001
SUBJECT: 67--PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
SOL RFQ# 959074
DUE 021501
POC Garland L. Crosby Jr., Contract Specialist, (202) 324-9013
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional
  information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes
  the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written
  solicitation will not be issued. This solicitation is being
  issued as Request for Quotation number 959074, the provisions
  and clauses incorporated are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular (FAC) 97-18. This solicitation is under
  the Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). The North American
  Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this requirement
  is 421410 with a business size standard of 100 million dollars.
  This will be a Firm-Fixed price contract and is a Brand Name
  or Equal request for one (1) Gretag Lightjet 430 wide format
  digital printer and one (1) Onyx PosterShop Pro Server (including
  Lightjet FE) 5.0 software package. The Gregtag Lightjet 430
  features and specifications are as follows: Printing: 300 dpi
  continuous-tone resolution for enhanced image sharpness and
  productivity with a maximum image size of 50.5" X 120.5" (128
  X 306 cm) and a print time not to exceed 11.2 minutes; a roll
  media capacity with a maximum of 164 feet of length and a maximum
  of 50 feet of width; three color laser operation for speed,
  reliability and color accuracy; laser light sources include,
  Red - Helium neon - 633 nm, Green - Helium neon - 543 nm, Blue
  - Argon ion - 458 nm. Resolution: continuous tone spatial resolution
  of 200 to 300 dpi with an apparent half tone resolution of
  4,000 dpi; color resolution of 36 bits. Hardware Interpolation:
  adaptive 16-point bi-cubic spline applied on a per frame basis;
  interpolation scaling range from 100% to 1,000%; user selectable
  sharpness filters to allow various portions of images to be
  sharpened or smoothed on a per frame basis. The Contractor
  must provide complete equipment specifications along with their
  price quote. The following FAR clauses and provisions are incorporated
  by reference and apply to this acquisition: FAR provision 52.212-1
  Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items (Oct 2000), FAR
  clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items
  (May 1999). FAR clause 52.212-5 Contract terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial
  Items (Jul 2000) . Each offeror shall include a completed copy
  of the FAR provisions at 52-212-3, Offeror Representation and
  Certifications (Oct 2000) with its offer. All responsible sources
  may submit a quotation which, if timely received shall be considered
  by the agency. The Government will award to the responsible
  offeror whose offer conforming to this solicitation will be
  most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors
  considered. Offerors will be evaluated in accordance with FAR
  provision 52.212-2 Evaluation-Commercial Items (Jan 1999).
  The following factors, in descending order of importance shall
  be used to evaluate offers: quality of merchandise offered
  and price quoted. The destination is FOB to Cheverly, Maryland.
  All bids shall be submitted to the address listed on line number
  seven no later than 4:00 p.m. EST. Thursday, February 15, 2001.
  The point of contact for all information is Garland L. Crosby
  Jr., (202) 324-9013. Quotes can also be faxed to (202) 324-0570.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 70--COMPLETE TEMPLATE DRIVEN EMERGENCY ROOM CHARTING
  SYSTEM
SOL Reference-Number-F73MED03000300
DUE 021201
POC Judy Haeffner, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9255, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil - Karen Kersey,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 618-256-9258, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: EMERGENCY ROOM CHARTING SYSTEM. This requirement is extended
  to 12 Feb 2001. Quotes are due at the 375th CONS/LGCB, 201
  E. Winters St., Bldg 50, Scott Air Force Base IL 62225-5015
  by NLT 1600 CDT, or may be faxed to (618)256-5237, Attention:
  Ms Haeffner. Ms Judith Haeffner, Contracting Specialist, (618)256-9255
  and Ms Karen Kersey, Contracting Officer (618)256-9258 are
  the points of contact for this solicitation.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=Reference-Number-F73MED03000300&L=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C304)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DTS41, 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: 70--TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL DCA200-01-T-5028
DUE 021401
POC Merry Bayer, Contract Specialist, 618-229-9708 or Mary Strang,
  Contract Specialist, 618-229-9773
DESC: 70--The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  (DITCO), Scott AFB, IL, will procure on site, commercial technical
  support services described as the following labor categories:
  DATACOM database management; MVS Software Programming/Management
  and Documentation Specialists. Place of Performance is Defense
  Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) Mechanicsburg, located in
  Mechanicsburg, PA. This procurement is 100% set aside for Historically
  Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) program participants,
  on the SBA List of Qualified HUBZone Small Business Concerns.
  The North American Industrial Classification Standard (NAICS)
  and Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code for this
  procurement are 541519 and 7379, respectively. The anticipated
  RFP release date is on or around 31 January 2001 with proposals
  expected to be due 14 February 2001. Vendor proposals in response
  to this RFP must be received in both electronic and hard copy
  in accordance with the RFP. All qualified, responsible sources
  may submit a proposal which shall be considered for award.
  THE SOLICITATION AND ALL RELATED INFORMATION WILL BE ISSUED
  ELECTRONICALLY; THEREFORE, ALL WRITTEN REQUESTS FOR COPIES
  OF THE RFP WILL BE IGNORED. Vendors must download the RFP,
  amendments, related correspondence, etc. by accessing the DITCO
  Home Page, Contracting Opportunities, at http://www.ditco.disa.mil.
  This solicitation and related information will be found under
  the "Information Technology" section. Files will be in Microsoft
  Word 97 and/or Microsoft Excel 97 format. RFPs are usually
  a compressed (PKZIP) file. Interested vendors are encouraged
  to access the DITCO Home Page to view all public information.
  If you experience problems or have any questions concerning
  the DITCO Home Page, please contact the System Administrator
  at (618) 229-9334 between 0800 and 1630 Central Time, Monday
  through Friday. Numbered note 27 applies to this procurement.

EMAILADD: bayerm@scott.disa.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C310)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: 70--PROCESSORS AND TRANSITION MODULES
SOL N66001-01-Q-3256
DUE 021301
POC Contracting Officer, Ms. Gina Bennett, D212, (619) 553-5208.
  Alternate Contracting Officer, Ms. Sylvia Proffit, D211, (619)
  553-3292.
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for Commercial
  Items prepared in accordance with FAR Part 13. No RFQ will
  be prepared or made available. The Government intends to award,
  on a Sole Source basis, an order for the following items (MFG:
  Motorola, Inc): Item 0001, Processor, Part Number MVME-167-034SE,
  quantity 23 each. Item 0002, Transition Module, Part Number
  MVME-712M, includes P2 adapter, quantity 23 each. Facsimile
  quotations may be sent to (619) 553-1062. Contractual questions
  may be directed to Gina Bennett via email: gina@spawar.navy.mil.
  Technical questions may be directed to Mary Portley via email:
  portleym@spawar.navy.mil. Note 22 applies, however, all offers
  received within 15 days (in lieu of 45 days) after date of
  publication of this synopsis will be considered by the government.
  See numbered notes from any Monday edition of the CBD. The
  applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
  is 334111. Note: The full text of the Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) can be accessed on the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/.
  Offerors must complete and submit with their quote, a copy
  of FAR 52.219-1 Alt I/II, Small Business Program Representation.
  Central Contractor Registration is required for resulting award.
  Information may be found at http://www.ccr2000.com/. 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C318)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 70--ADVANCED MEMORY UNIT (AMU)
SOL N0038301Y8166
DUE 030201
POC Contact Point, Michael Forgione, 0235.02, (215)697-5680,
  Fax, (215)697-0189, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 0R-7010-01-467-1817-B4, Ref Nr 173793-01-03, Qty 1
  EA, Deliver to Defense Distribtion Depot San Diego San Diego
  CA --The Naval Inventory Control Point will be soliciting a
  proposal for Performance Based Logistics (PBL) support of the
  Tactical Aircraft Moving Map Capability (TAMMAC) Advanced Memory
  Unit (AMU) in support of U.S. Navy and U.S.Marine Corps F/A-18,
  AV-8, UH-1N, V-22, AH-1W and CH-60 aircraft. The system is
  currently manufactured by Smiths Industries, Grand Rapids,
  MI. The firm fixed price performance Based Logistics contract
  anticipates a base ordering period of five (5) years. The contractor
  shall be responsible for the following: (1) requirements determination
  and furnishment of wholesale spare parts, (2) increased reliability
  and availability, (3) repair/overhaul/replacement of covered
  items, and (4) assumption of configuration management responsibilities,
  including parts obsolescence. Multiple destination sites apply.
  The following part number applies: Advanced Memory Unit, P/N
  173793-01-03., See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-031 SN50C391)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Acquisition Services Division (6TS-A), 1500 Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 70--MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS, INC. - INTENT TO
  AWARD
SOL 6TSA-01-JMT-0077
DUE 020701
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration intends to issue a
  contract to Medical Communications Systems, Inc. under the
  authority of FAR 6.302-1 through solicitation number 6TSA-01-JMT-0077.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC)
  90-42. Only one responsible source and no other supplies or
  services will satisfy agency requirements. This procurement
  is for Mobile Meddata for MC4 license, mobile meddata for MC4
  handspring visor-platinum (with backup module and serial cable
  interface), converting database to oracle on desktop and training.
  This procurement is for the Department of the Army at Fort
  Detrick, MD. The proposed contract action is for supplies or
  services for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate
  with only one source under authority of FAR 6.302. Interested
  persons may identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice is not
  a request for competitive proposals. All proposals received
  by close of business, 2/7/2001 will be considered by the government.
  A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed
  contract based on responses to this notice is solely within
  the discretion of the government. Information received will
  be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. Inquiries will only be
  accepted by FAX at 816-823-3322 or email.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=6TSA-01-JMT-0077&L=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3C5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Acquisition Services Division (6TS-A), 1500 Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 70--SIGCOM - INTENT TO AWARD
SOL 6TSA-01-JMT-0078
DUE 020701
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration intends to issue a
  contract to SIGCOM under the authority of FAR 6.302-1 through
  solicitation number 6TSA-01-JMT-0078. The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 97-19. Only one
  responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy
  agency requirements. This procurement is to obtain Other Direct
  Costs on a Schedule buy that cannot be separated from the procurement.
  This procurement is for annual on site support for Smartlink
  2000, Radiance VTC System, Eclipse Gold VTC & 8 month on site
  support for Eclipse 8250 VTC. This procurement is for the Department
  of the Navy Oceanography and Meteorology, Stennis Space Center,
  MS. The proposed contract action is for supplies or services
  for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only one source under authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  may identify their interest and capability to respond to the
  requirement or submit proposals. This notice is not a request
  for competitive proposals. All proposals received by close
  of business, 2/7/2001 will be considered by the government.
  A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed
  contract based on responses to this notice is solely within
  the discretion of the government. Information received will
  be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. Inquiries will only be
  accepted by FAX at 816-823-3322 or email..
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=6TSA-01-JMT-0078&L=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3G5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Acquisition Services Division (6TS-A), 1500 Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 70--SEMCOR, INC. - INTENT TO AWARD
SOL 6TSA-01-JMT-0079
DUE 020701
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration intends to issue a
  contract to Semcor, Inc. under the authority of FAR 6.302-1
  through solicitation number 6TSA-01-JMT-0079. The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 90-42.
  Only one responsible source and no other supplies or services
  will satisfy agency requirements. A justification for Other
  than Full and Open Competition has been prepared in support
  of this acquisition. This procurement is to obtain Other Direct
  Costs on a Schedule buy modification to an existing contract
  that cannot be separated from the procurement. This procurement
  is to continue training and market communications support for
  the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Air Force Research
  Laboratory, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
  The proposed contract action is for supplies or services for
  which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only one source under authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  may identify their interest and capability to respond to the
  requirement or submit proposals. This notice is not a request
  for competitive proposals. All proposals received by close
  of business, 2/7/2001 will be considered by the government.
  A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed
  contract based on responses to this notice is solely within
  the discretion of the government. Information received will
  be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. Inquiries will only be
  accepted by FAX at 816-823-3322 or email.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=6TSA-01-JMT-0079&L=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3P2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: National Imagery & Mapping Agency, Contracting Support
  for Information Services Directorate, Attn: PCI/D-88, 4600
  Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816-5003
SUBJECT: 70--SEEBEYOND SOFTWARE
SOL NMA10001R0021
DUE 020801
POC Michael Patterson, (301) 227-7249
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6,
  as supplemented with additional information included in this
  notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-23. This solicitation is not set-aside. The associated
  standard industrial classification code is 7379 with a small
  business size standard of $18,000,000.  The National Imagery
  and Mapping Agency (NIMA) intends to purchase, on a sole source
  basis, 2 e*Gate and E*way Developmental Seats in support of
  the NIMA CFO System. SeeBeyond is the developer and only authorized
  maintenance provider of the software. Delivery is expected
  to be 2 days FOB destination to the following location; NIMA,
  Bethesda, MD. The provisions at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition with no addenda. This acquisition
  is on a low cost technically acceptable basis. Offerors are
  advised to include a completed copy of the provisions at 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items,
  with its offer. The clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and
  Conditions-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition with
  no addenda. The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes Or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Itmes, applies to this acquisition. CBD Note 22 Applies to
  this acquisition. Under the authority of USC 2304(c) (1) pursuant
  to FAR 6.302.1, only one responsible source and no other items/services
  will satisfy agency requirements. Interested parties shall
  submit offers with the following information: Federal Tax Identification
  Number (TIN); Remit to address if different, and business size.
  Offers are to be delivered to the address listed above, Attn:
  Michael Patterson, within 5 days after date of CBD announcement.
  Please contact Michael Patterson (301) 227-7249, Fax (301)
  227-2218, e-mail PattersonM@nima.mil for information. The offeror
  agrees to hold the prices in its offer firm for 60 calendar
  days from the date specified for receipt of offers. 
EMAILADD: pattersonm@nima.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 73--Food Preparation and Serving Equipment
OFFADD: WR-ALC/PKOS, 215 Byron St, Robins Air Force Base, GA
  31098-1611
SUBJECT: 73--CONCESSIONAIRE TO OPERATE A NUTRITIONAL SHAKE/JUICE
  BAR AT ROBINS AFB GA.
SOL 01Q0185
DUE 022801
POC Charlotte Halstead/912-926-3695
DESC: Concessionaire to operate a Nutritional Shake/Juice Bar.
  A percentage of the income generated will be allocated to the
  Non Appropriated Funds (NAF)for the priviledge of having an
  establishment in operation on Robins AFB GA. Types of beverages
  to be served to include "Power Shakes", "Muscle Builder Shakes",
  "Fruit Smoothie", "Protein Shakes" and "Fat Burner Shakes".
  Other beverages to be provided include carbonated soft drinks,
  Poweraide, Gatoraide, coffee and water. In addition to beverages-
  assorted food bars, protein bars, bagels and assorted candy
  bars will be available. Concessionaire to provide all necessary
  permits, license fees, cabinets, countertops, signs, bar stools
  and other supplies/equipment including, but not limited to
  blenders, mixers, coolers, etc. Concession to be located at
  the Installation Fitness Center, Building 824, @ Robins AFB
  GA. Period of performance is a basic period from award date
  or 01 MAR 2001, whichever is first for two years plus option
  periods of one year length to extend the contract to five years.
  The issue response date is 28 Feb 2001. The solicitation should
  be posted by 09 Feb 2001. Electronic procedure will be used
  for this solicitation. See our web page! Note B, Acquisition
  Omsbudsman, applies.  
LINKURL: http://pkec.robins.af.mil/pkobiz.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Charlotte.Halstead@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3L0)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 76--Books, Maps and Other Publications
OFFADD: Naval Air Station, Supply Dept, Purchasing Division,
  385 Millington Ave, Pensacola, FL 32508-5014
SUBJECT: 76--BOOK "ACCREDITATED INSTITUTIONS OF POST-SECONDARY
  EDUCATION"
SOL 01RCA0049
DUE 031701
POC Bill Carr, Purchasing Agent, 850-452-9911
DESC: The Naval Air Station Pensacola intends to negotiate under
  authority of FAR 6.302-1 with American Council on Education,
  Washington, DC for 1400 copies of book Accreditated Institutions
  of Post Secondary Education (AIPE) Edit 00-01 and 1200 copies
  AIPE Supplement 2000-2001. Price to include shipping to Pensacola
  Florida. Vendors believing they can provide such a product
  may submit a written response within 45 days of the publication
  date. No contract will be made on the basis of offers/proposals
  received in response to this notice. Written responses must
  include pricing and information sufficient to enable the government
  to determine if a solicitation will be issued. If a solicitation
  is issued no additional synopsis will be published. Award will
  be made under Simplified Acquisition Procedures. Numbered note
  22 applies. Facsimile responses are acceptable #850-452-9627
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S3)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 81--CONTAINERS & PACKAGING 
SOL FN1030-01
DUE 022801
POC Darlene Robinson, Contracting Officer (202)305-7314 Fax#(202)305-7365
DESC: UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries is soliciting proposals
  on a full and open competitive basis from potential suppliers
  who manufacture and supply various types and sizes of polyethylene,
  polyvinyl chloride moldings and edgebandings nationwide to
  UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries. Offerors are advised that
  the Government intends to evaluate proposals and award on an
  all or none basis.. Only one award is anticipated and vendors
  and suppliers must quote on all items to be considered for
  an award. This is a requirement type of solicitation. Delivery
  is FOB Destinations to FCI Marianna, FL, USP Leavenworth, KS,
  FCI McKean, PA, FCC Coleman, FL, FCI Morgantown, WVA, FCI Ashland,
  KY, FCI Texarkana, TX, FCI Forrest City, AR and USP Lompoc,
  CA. The period of performance is the date of the award through
  five years thereafter. Delivery acceptance is within 21 days
  after receipt of the delivery order. Offerors are advised that
  their initial proposal should contain your best terms from
  a cost or price and other factors specified in this solicitation.
  The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions if
  later determined by the Contracting Officer to be necessary.
  The time for receipt of proposals is 14:00 P.M. (Eastern Standard
  Time), on February 28, 2001. Vendors may submit a signed and
  dated proposal by Federal Express, mailed, a facsimile or hand-carried
  proposal to UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries, Inc., (FPI),
  Material Management Branch, 400 First Street, NW, Washington,
  DC 20534, 7th Floor, Attn.: Bid Custodian. All proposals must
  reference the solicitation number and due date for receipt
  of proposals. In addition to this, each proposal must contain
  the name, address, telephone number of offeror, technical description
  of items offered, any discount terms that is offered and the
  remittance address (if different from current mailing address).
  Offeror must hold unit prices firm in its offer for 90 calendar
  days from date specified for receipt. If offer is not submitted
  on an SF1449, submit on a company letterhead with a statement
  specifying the extent of agreement with all terms, conditions,
  and provision included in the solicitation. All offers that
  fail to furnish required representations and certification
  or information and/or rejects terms and conditions of the
  solicitation may be excluded from consideration. The Standard
  Industrial Classification Code is 8135 and the small business
  size standard is 500. Line items number, description, quantity
  and unit of issue of item being solicited will be identified
  in the Solicitation. All interested offeror may request a solicitation
  package by faxing request letter to (202)305-7363 or 7365,
  attn.: Darlene Robinson, Contracting Officer. Delivery Hours:
  at Federal Prison Industries are 8:00 AM through 3:00 PM, Monday
  through Friday notwithstanding emergencies and Federal Holidays.
  Facsimile Proposal. Proposal may be facsimile at Fax# (202)
  305-7363 or ( .Offeror must specify (DUNS) number in Clause
  52.204-6 Contractor Identification Number-- Data Universal
  Numbering System (DUNS) Number: Packaging and Marking: All
  shipments should be label citing vendor name, delivery order
  number, contract number, weight, quantity, item and description.
  Shipment should be in accordance with commercial practice and
  adequate to insure acceptance by common carrier and safe arrival
  at destination. A written notice of award or acceptance of
  an offer mailed or acceptance otherwise furnished to the successful
  offeror within the time for acceptance specified in the solicitation,
  shall result in a binding contract without further action by
  either party. Before an offer expiration time, the Government
  may accept an offer or part of an offer after its receipt unless
  a written notice of withdrawal is received before the award.
  Documents and forms cited in this solicitation may be obtained
  from General Services Administration's Internet web page (http://www.arnet.gov./far/).
  For information regarding this solicitation contact the Contracting
  Officer (Mrs. Darlene Robinson) at telephone number (202)305-7314.

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Energy, Oakland Operations Office,
  1301 Clay Street, Room 700N, Oakland, CA 94612-5208
SUBJECT: 81--DOE STD 3013 PLUTONIUM STORAGE CONTAINERS
SOL N/A
POC Gary Callihan, (510) 637-1607/Contract Specialist, Wayne
  Bryan, (510) 637-1712
DESC: The Department of Energy (DOE), Oakland Operations Office
  intends to modify contract DE-AC03-99SF22006 with Westinghouse
  Electric Corporation, Engineered Products Department (WEPD),
  Carlsbad, NM to purchase an additional thirty seven hundred
  (3700) metal storage containers and lids for use by the DOE
  Hanford Site for the packaging and long term storage of plutonium
  metals and stabilized plutonium oxides in accordance with DOE
  STD 3013, "Criteria for Preparing and Packaging Plutonium Metals
  and Oxides for Long Term Storage". WEPD is currently providing
  DOE STD 3013 containers to other DOE sites and has an established
  production capability that has been approved by DOE for compliance
  with NQA-1 and ASME Section VIII Code requirements necessary
  for the manufacture of the containers. An option to provide
  1500 DOE STD 3013 sets of containers for Savannah River will
  also be included in the modification. See Numbered Notes 22
  and 26
EMAILADD: wayne.bryan@oak.doe.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C418)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 83--Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings,
  Tents and Flags
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 83--WEBBING
SOL TX00040-01
DUE 022301
POC Tracey Boyd-Vega, 202-305-7260
DESC: UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries, intends to enter into
  a Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Type contract for
  delivery to Federal Correctional Institution at Oakdale, LA.
  The period of performance shall be a One (1) Base year with
  Two(2) Option years, if exercised. Specifications shall be
  as follows: Line Item 0001, WEB0191, Total Quantity is 100,000
  yards of Elastic, NA, NA, 1-11/16", WHT, NA, Color: White.
  Guaranteed Minimum Quantity is 6,000 yards. Delivery is FOB
  Destination FCI Oakdale, LA. Delivery is required 45 days after
  award. Please download solicitation from Internet which will
  be available by February 12, 2001. No printed copies will be
  mailed. Please check Internet for any Amendments that are issued
  prior to closing date. All interest parties shall retrieve
  a copy of the solicitation from UNICOR's web page at www.UNICOR.gov/procurement/textiles/index.html.
  No telephone requests will be honored. Please ensure that the
  Adobe Acrobat Software in the PDF format is loaded to your
  computer to electronically read the solicitations. This software
  may be obtained free of charge at the following website: www.Adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/download.html.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be
  considered. One original signed copy and a duplicate copy of
  the solicitation is to be completed in its entirety and mailed
  to 400 First Street, N.W., Material Management Branch, Washington,
  D.C. 20534, ATTN: Bid Custodian 
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov/procurement/proclothing.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: tbvega@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3F6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 83--Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings,
  Tents and Flags
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 83--DRAWCORD, NYLON-ELASTIC
SOL TX00038-01
DUE 022001
POC Diane Douglas, 202-305-7272
DESC: UNICOR, FPI intends to enter into an Indefinite Delivery
  Indefinite Quantity Type Contract for Drawcord. The period
  of performance shall be One (1) Base Year with Two (2) Options
  Years, if exercised. Specifications shall be as follows: Line
  Item 0001: CRD0176- Nylon-Elastic, Description: Cord, CRD0176
  shall conform to MIL-C-43701B, Type II, Nylon, 3/16" Diameter,
  Color Camo-Green #383, Unit/Measure: FT. Delivery is FOB Destination
  FCI Manchester, KY. Delivery acceptance is 30 days After Receipt
  of Order. The Minimum Guaranteed is 250,000 Ft. The Total Quantity
  is 615,000 Ft. This requirement is Domestic only. The award
  will be based on the Best Value to the Government. The Evaluation
  Factors are Past Performance, Specifications and Price. Past
  Performance and Specifications when combined are significantly
  more information than cost or price. Additional information
  will be provided in the solicitation which is due to be issued
  on or about 02/07/01. All interest parties shall retrieve a
  copy of the solicitation from UNICOR's web page at www.UNICOR.gov/procurement/textiles/index.html.
  No telephone requests will be honored. Please ensure that the
  Adobe Acrobat Software in the PDF format is loaded to your
  computer to electronically read the solicitations. This software
  may be obtained free of charge at the following website: www.Adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/download.html.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be
  considered. One original signed copy and a duplicate copy of
  the solicitation is to be completed in its entirety and mailed
  to 400 First Street, N.W., Material Management Branch, Washington,
  D.C. 20534, ATTN: Bid Custodian 
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov/procurement/proclothing/html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ddouglas@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 83--Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings,
  Tents and Flags
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 83--FABRIC, TWILL, COTTON/POLYESTER
SOL TX00039-01
DUE 030101
POC Joscie L. Barnes, 202-305-7268
DESC: UNICOR FPI intends to enter into a Firm Fixed Price Indefinite
  Delivery/Indefinite Quantity type contract for Fabric, Cotton/Polyester.
  The period of performance shall be for one (1) base year with
  two (2) option years if exercised. Delivery is FOB Destination
  FCI Oakdale, LA. Delivery acceptance is 45 days after receipt
  of each delivery order. The Delivery Order Minimum is: 5,000
  Yards per item The Delivery Order Maximum is : 50,000 Yards
  per item. This requirement is domestic only, and is all or
  none. The award will be based on the Best Value to the Government.
  The Evaluation Factors are: Price, Past Performance, and Specifications.
  Additional information will be provided in the solicitation
  which is due to be issued on or about February 12, 2001. Please
  do not access UNICOR's website for this solicitation until
  February 12, 2001 as it will not be available for download
  until that date. All interested parties shall retrieve a copy
  of the solicitation from UNICOR's website at www.unicor.gov.
  (The Adobe Acrobat Software in the PDF format has to be loaded
  on your computer to electronically download the solicitations.)
  No telephone requests for copies of this solicitation will
  be honored. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  shall be considered. One original signed copy of the solicitation
  is to be completed and mailed to 400 First Street, NW, Washington,
  DC 20534. 
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jbarnes@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 83--Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings,
  Tents and Flags
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 83--NOMEX FABRIC
SOL TX00035-01
DUE 022201
POC Joscie L. Barnes, 202-305-7268
DESC: Solicitation # TX00035-01 originally published in the Commerce
  Business Daily on January 22, 2001 is hereby amended to change
  the solicitation issue date from January 31, 2001 to February
  5, 2001. The offer due date is hereby changed from February
  19, 2001 to February 22, 2001. All other terms and conditions
  of this solicitation shall remain the same. 
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jbarnes@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 83--Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings,
  Tents and Flags
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 83--CLOTH, COTTON/POLYESTER
SOL TX00037-01
DUE 022201
POC John M. Carlock, Contracting Officer (202)305-7390 Fax: (202)305-7363
DESC: UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries contemplates a Firm Fixed
  Price one (1) year (or until estimated quantities are reached)
  Requirements contract to be awarded in response to this solicitation
  on a "ALL OR NONE" basis for the following item(s): Line item
  0001 Fabric, plaited 1X1 rib-knit, ctt/rayon/poly 47% +/- 5%
  cotton, 2-3% rayon or polyester, remaining % acrylic fiber,
  8.875 (+/-.875) oz Sq. Yd., size 35 " tubular, specification:
  Mil-s-44212(a)GL and Mil-s44215(a) GL and Amendment 1 dated
  May 1, 1995. Estimated quantity 50,000,000 yds. UNICOR MCS
  No. FAB9194. Line item 0002 Fabric, plaited 1X1 rib-knit, ctt/rayon/poly
  47% +/- 5% cotton, 2-3% rayon or polyester, remaining % acrylic
  fiber, 8.875 (+/-.875) oz Sq. Yd., size 35 " tubular, specification:
  Mil-s-44212(a)GL and Mil-s44215(a) GL and Amendment 1 dated
  May 1, 1995. Estimated quantity 7,000 yds. UNICOR MCS No. FAB9194.
  Line item 0003 Fabric, jersey-knit-fleece, 58% cotton (+/-5%),
  1 2% rayon/polyester, remaining percentage acrylic 8.45 oz
  (+/-.75)heather grey 466 63" wide, Specification Mil-s-44212(a)GL,
  Amendment 1 dated May 1, 1995. The minimum width must be 61"
  cutable or maximum of 63" cutable with no selvage edge in the
  material. Estimated quantity 205,000 yds. UNICOR MCS No. FAB9195.
  Line item 0004 - Fabric, jersey-knit-fleece, 58% cotton (+/-5%),
  1 2% rayon/polyester, remaining percentage acrylic 8.45 oz
  (+/-.75) light heather grey 466 52" wide, Specification Mil-s-44215(a)GL,
  Amendment 1 dated May 1, 1995. The minimum width must be 51"
  cutable or maximum of 53" cutable with no selvage edge in the
  material. Estimated quantity 100,000 yds. UNICOR MCS No. FAB9313.
  Line item 0005 - Fabric, jersey-knit-fleece, 58% cotton (+/-5%),
  1 2% rayon/polyester, remaining percentage acrylic 8.45 oz
  (+/-.75) light heather grey 466 48" wide, Specification Mil-s-44215(a)GL,
  Amendment 1 dated May 1, 1995. The width must be 48" cutable
  with no selvage edge in the material. Estimated quantity 200,000
  yds. UNICOR MCS No. FAB9314. These items will be ordered by
  issuance of individual delivery orders and will be billed and
  delivered F.O.B. destination, 45 days after receipt of order
  to the following two (2) locations: UNICOR, FCI Edgefield,
  501 Gary Hill Road, Edgefield, S.C. 29824 and FCI Safford,
  1529 West U.S. Highway 266, Safford, AZ 85546. A copy of the
  solicitation can be obtained from UNICOR=s website at www.unicor.gov/procurement,
  and should be available within fourteen (14) days after this
  notice is posted. It is the responsibility of all potential
  offerors to check the website for any amendments to this solicitation.
  Hard copies of this solicitation and any subsequent amendments
  WILL NOT be available. Bid samples are required to be submitted
  with all offers. All responsible sources may submit an offer.
  All questions should be directed in writing to John Carlock,
  Material Management Branch, 400 First Street, NW, 7th Floor,
  Washington, DC 20534 or fax (202)305-7363. Numbered Note: 9.

LINKURL: http://www.unicor.gov/procurement
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jcarlock@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3P0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Directorate of Subsistance, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia,
  Attn: DPSC-HRUB, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: 89--REFRIGERATED WAREHOUSE SERVICES IN ALAMEDA, CA AREA
  . HANDLING AND STORAGE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .
SOL sp0300-01-r-1701
DUE 033001
POC joanne bonese contracting officer 215 737 2925
DESC: refrigerated warehouse services for handling and storage
  of various quantities of fresh fruits and vegetables. offerors
  should be located within a reasonable distance to alameda,
  california area. the base year contract period  will run from
  01 october 2001 through 30 september 2002. this acquisition
  is unrestricted, small and large businesses may offer on it.
  best value methodology will be used in selection of awardee.
  solicitation requests may be transmitted on fax number 215
  737 3814 to the attention of Joanne Bonese.  all responsible
  sources may subit a proposal which shall be considered by this
  agency. the anticipated solicitation issuance date is 26 february
  2001.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3R8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: United States Property And Fiscal Office for Tennessee,
  P.O. Box 40748, Powell Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37204-0748
SUBJECT: 99--WEATHER REPORTING RADAR SYSTEM AND SERVICE
SOL DAHA40-01-R-0003
DUE 020501
POC Gloria Rinal, 615-313-2655 or CPT Sammy Beard, 615-313-2650
DESC: The date the proposals are due has been extended to Friday,
  February 5, 2001, at 4:00 p.m. Send to USPFO for Tennessee,
  Purchasing and Contracting, P.O. Box 40748, Powell Avenue,
  Nashville, TN 37204-0748.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3P6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DTS42, 2300 East Drive, Bldg 3600, Scott AFB,
  IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: 99--3480 ROYAL GUARD, EMTEC OR IMATION CARTRIDGE TAPES
  (RED & BLACK CASES)
SOL dmcuml01mp15304
DUE 020901
POC dominic curcuru, 618-229-9612, fax 9592
DESC: Potential sources are requested to quote 3480 (Royal Guard,
  Emtec, or Imation) Cartridge Tapes* in the following quantities
  and description:  5125 (ea) Prelabeled and Preinitialized
  - RED 100 (ea) Prelabeled - RED 2350 (ea) RED  1450 (ea)
  Prelabeled and Preinitialized - BLACK 100 (ea) Prelabeled
  - BLACK   (*)VOLSER Ranges and delivery address (St. Louis,
  MO) to be provided upon award. 
EMAILADD: curcurud@scott.disa.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Y0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 99--STORAGE BATTERY
SOL SP043001R1584
DUE 032301
POC Barry Compton/ZX793/804-279-5281; 804-279-5201 fax; Kreylon
  V. Crewe-Bacon, Contracting Officer/804-279-4221
DESC: NSN: 6140-00-202-2978; Battery, Storage, P/N N1105RN148
  Source: C & D Batteries CAGE 80531; Estimated annual quantity:
  120 EA; base period one year; option to extend term of contract
  48 months. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are not available and cannot be furnished
  by the government. Unrestricted. Note 26. It is the intent
  of the government to add this item to an existing contract
  with sole source vendor. Other than full and open (10 U.S.C.
  2304(c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1). Only one source. (See Note 22). 

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Allegheny NF, P.O. Box 847, Warren,
  PA 16365
SUBJECT: 99--PLASTIC TREE SHELTERS
SOL R9-19-01-06
DUE 032301
POC Sandy Font or Terry Hockensmith at (814) 723-5150, x-199.
DESC: Plastic Tree Shelters. Supply consists of 5 foot plastic,
  rigid 3 to 5" diameter tree shelters for the Allegheny National
  Forest, Elk, McKean, Forest and Warren Counties, PA. This is
  a 100% Set-Aside for Small Businesses. For solicitation package,
  contact: Terry Hockensmith, USDA Forest Service, 222 Liberty
  Street, Warren, PA 16365.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Z4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: A--MODIFICATION OF EXISTING PURCHASE ORDER TO DEVELOP
  3-DIMEN CODE FOR THE DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF A SHOCK
  WAVE BOUNDARY LAYER AT SUPERSONIC MACH NUMBER
POC  Kimberly D. Duncan, Contract Specialist, Phone (757) 864-3566,
  Fax (757) 864-6966, Email k.d.duncan@larc.nasa.gov - Susan
  E. McClain, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-8687, Fax
  (757) 864-8863, Email s.e.mcclain@larc.nasa.gov
CNT L-10640-Modification
AMT $25000
DTD 013101
TO w/option exercised total $80,000, University of Rome "la Sapienza",
  Department of Mechanics & Aero, 18 VIA Eudossiana, ROME, Italy
  00184
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=A&pin=23#L-10640-Modification
LINKDESC: 
  Awards Page
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3A7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Office of Naval Research, 800 North Quincy St., Arlington,
  VA 22217-5660
SUBJECT: A--TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE COMBAT CASUALTY
  CARE PROGRAM
POC Brian D. Glance ONR COde 252, (703) 696-2596
CNT N0001401M0073
AMT $83,935.00
DTD 013101
TO Tech Med Incorporated, 954 Melvin Road, Annapolis, MD 21403
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Office of Naval Research, 800 North Quincy St., Arlington,
  VA 22217-5660
SUBJECT: A--SELF - NOISE REDUCTION FOR TORPEDO SENSORS
POC R. Brian Bradley ONR Code 254, (703) 696-8373
CNT N0001400G0058/0002 03
AMT $127,000.00
DTD 013101
TO The Pennsylvania State University ARL, Office of Sponsored
  Programs, 110 Technology Center Building, University Park,
  PA 16802-7000
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt
  (BPD), Division of Procurement, UNB 4th Floor, 200 Third Street,
  Parkersburg, WV, 26101-5312
SUBJECT: B--DEMOCRACY STUDY IN LATIN AMERICAN/CARIBBEAN
POC Becky Thompson, Contract Specialist, Phone (304) 480-7079,
  Fax (304) 480-7203, Email procurement@bpd.treas.gov - Timothy
  Wilson, Contracting Officer, Phone (304) 480-7140, Fax (304)
  480-7203, Email
CNT TPDCS01P00033
AMT $30,592.00
DTD 013001
TO Ramon E. Daubon, 4822 Chevy Chase Blvd., Chevy Chase, MD 20815.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=TPDCS01P00033&L=1743
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: procurement@bpd.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C2Y8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Management Services Center (10FT), 400 15th Street,
  SW,, Auburn, WA, 98001
SUBJECT: B--E--ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY SERVICES, TFTP-EW-99-8999-1
POC Donna Beyer, Contracting Officer, Phone (253) 931-7882, Fax
  (253) 931-7573, Email donna.beyer@gsa.gov - Katherine Jocoy,
  Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7080, Fax
  (253) 931-7573, Email
CNT GS-10F-0153L
AMT $10,000,000.00
LINE 899-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 AND 99
DTD 013001
TO Concurrent Technologies Corp., 100 CTC Drive, Johnstown, PA
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-10F-0153L&L=8

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: donna.beyer@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C325)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: USAED, Sacramento, Corps of Engineers, Attn: A-E Negotiations
  Section, 1325 J Street, Room 1079, Sacramento, CA 95814-2922
SUBJECT: C--DESIGN OF A MISSILE TRANSPORT BRIDGE (REPLACEMENT
  BRIDGE) AT VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA!!
POC Joyce Yuki (916) 557-5245
CNT DACA05-01-C-0001
AMT $433729.00
DTD 012901
TO URS Group, Inc., 1380 Lead Hill Blvd., Ste. 100, Roseville,
  CA 95661-2997
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: D--FULLY AUTOMATED FINANCIAL BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING
  (BAH) PAYMENT SYSTEM
POC Cathey Robertson - 410-962-3788/ Mary Ann Mitchell - 410-962-5615
CNT DACA31-01-C-0008
AMT $18380
LINE 0001
DTD 012901
TO Military Services, Inc., 232 West Poplar Street, Elizabethtown,
  KY 42701
LINKURL: http://ebs.nab.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  line items 0002AA thru 0003AC
EMAILADD: cathey.robertson@nab02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3X0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons,
  Procurement and Property Branch, 320 First Street NW, Washington,
  D.C. 20534
SUBJECT: G--COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER SERVICES
POC Catherine S. Stewart (202)307-3069
CNT J200c-521
AMT $599,760.00
DTD 013101
TO Centre, Inc., Keith Gilleshammer, 315 West Indiana Avenue,
  Bismarck, ND 58502-0477, (701) 237-9340
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons,
  Procurement and Property Branch, 320 First Street NW, Washington,
  D.C. 20534
SUBJECT: G--COMPREHENSIVE SANCTION CENTER SERVICES
POC Catherine S. Stewart (202) 307-3070
CNT J200c-523
AMT $3,423,335.00
DTD 013101
TO Volunteers of America, Ed Bolger, 2929 St. Anthony, New Orleans,
  LA 70122, (504) 944-5678
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Officer In Charge Of Navfac Contracts, Building 135,
  Box 26, Naval Submarine Base New London, Groton, CT 06349-5026
SUBJECT: J--PM AND REPAIR OF HVAC EQUIPMENT, GARDEN CITY, LI
POC Mabel Soo Hoo (860) 694-3938 Contracting Officer Paul Krug
  (860) 694-4563
CNT N62472-00-D-5732
AMT $278,250.00
LINE 0001 - 4002
DTD 012901
TO Technical Mechanical Services, 4 Jay Street, New York, NY
  10013
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: J--OVERHAUL OF SERVO VALVE, HYDRAULIC FOR THE UH-60
  HELICOPTER
POC Eunice Jett-Day, Contract Specialist, (256) 876-8039, James
  C. Adams, Contracting Officer, (256) 842-6126, AMSAM-AC-LS-M
  (facsimile (256) 955-9220)
CNT DAAH23-01-C-0068
AMT $440,000
DTD 011801
TO Parker Hannifin Corporation, 14300 Alton Parkway, Irvine,
  California 92618
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Contract Management Agency, Northrop Grumman,
  Bethpage, NY 11714-3593
SUBJECT: J--REPAIR OF REPAIRABLES FOR THE FRENCH E2C
POC CONTRACTING OFFICER, BRAD RONDA, 516/346-9411
CNT N00019-00-G-0280--KK29
AMT $52,600
LINE 0016
DTD 012301
TO Northrop Grumman Corporation, Bethpage, NY 11714-3581
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Contract Management Agency, Northrop Grumman,
  Bethpage, NY 11714-3593
SUBJECT: J--REPAIR OF REPAIRABLES FOR THE FRENCH E2C
POC CONTRACTING OFFICER, BRAD RONDA, 516/346-9411
CNT N00019-00-G-0280--KK28
AMT $45,000
LINE 0016
DTD 012301
TO Northrop Grumman Corporation, Bethpage, NY 11714-3581
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: DCMC-BOSTON-GFDU, 495 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
SUBJECT: J--SKIM CUTS FOR SMALL PARTS
POC Jennifer Thurston, Administrative Contracting Officer, DCM
  Boston-GFOE, 617-753-4178
CNT n00024-94-G-4111/Y429
AMT $150,000.00
LINE 0001AA, 0002AA, 0003AA, 0004AA
DTD 010301
TO Bird-Johnson Company, 110 Norfolk Street, Walpole, MA 02081
EMAILADD: jthurston@dcmde.dcma.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center (90C),
  1100 N. College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72703
SUBJECT: J--TELEPHONE SWITCH MAINTENANCE
POC Donna K. Lenz (501) 444-5035
CNT 564-C10029
AMT $56352
DTD 100100
TO Norstan Communications, 6120 South Yale, Ste. 120, Tulsa,
  OK 74163
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: L--Technical Representation Services
OFFADD: National Imagery and Mapping Agency, St. Louis Contracting
  Center, Attn: PCS/L-13, 3200 South Second Street, St. Louis,
  MO 63118-3399
SUBJECT: L--RENEWAL OF MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ON FUJI EQUIPMENT
POC Karen Edgar, Purchasing Agent, 314-263-4211, or Antoinette
  Hamel, Contracting Officer, 314-263-4211
CNT NMA402-01-P-0016
AMT $45037.21
DTD 013001
TO Integration Technologies Group, Inc. 2745 Hartland Road, Falls
  Church VA 22043
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: L--Technical Representation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AAC - Air Armament Center, AAC/PK, 205 West D Avenue, Suite
  433, Eglin AFB, FL, 32542-6864
SUBJECT: L--CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT FOR THE ALPENA KADENA
  INTERIM TRAINING SYSTEM (AKITS)
POC Patrick McKeown, Contracts Manager, Phone 850-882-9391x5040,
  Fax 850-882-3226, Email patrick.mckeown@eglin.af.mil - Jeff
  Cox, Contracting Officer, Phone (850)882-4400ext 5058, Fax
  (850)882-3130/3226, Email
CNT F08635-01-C-0007
AMT $254,807.00
LINE 0001-0005, 0007
DTD 012601
TO CUBIC WORLDWIDE TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC., 4285 PONDEROSA AVENUE,
  SAN DIEGO CA 92123
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F08635-01-C-0007&L=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: patrick.mckeown@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3O8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: Q--AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE SERVICES
POC Contact Maxine Dineyazhe, Procurement Analyst, or Jack Tarro,
  Senior Contracting Officer, at 520/871-5863 
CNT Contract No. 245-01-0049
AMT $1,400,000.04 (Est.)
DTD 020101
TO Utah Navajo Health Systems, Inc., dba Montezuma Creek Clinic,
  P.O. Box 130, Montezuma Creek, Utah 84534
EMAILADD: maxine.dineyazhe@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES
POC Domingo B. Custodio, Jr. (619) 532-8106 or M.K. Nye (619)
  532-8088
CNT N00259-92-A-0640-3181
AMT $35000
DTD 013001
TO UCSD Medical Genetics, 9500 Gilman Dr. La Jolla, CA 92093-0639
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES
POC Domingo B. Custodio, Jr. (619) 532-8106 or M.K. Nye (619)
  532-8088
CNT N00259-97-A-0963-3179
AMT $66000
DTD 013001
TO Quest Diagnostics Inc, 7470 Mission Valley Rd, San Diego,
  CA 92108
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES
POC Domingo B. Custodio, Jr. (619) 532-8106 or M.K. Nye (619)
  532-8088
CNT N00259-96-A-0959-3180
AMT $30000
DTD 013001
TO Specialty Laboratories Inc, 2211 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica,
  CA 90404-3905
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: VA Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System, Acquisition
  & Materiel Management (90C-1), 200 East Beach Blvd., Gulfport,
  MS 39507
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES EMERGENCY ROOM PHYSICIAN SERVICES
POC Kenneth W. Johns 228-563-2692
CNT V520P-6271
AMT $1,001,868.40
DTD 013101
TO Van Meter & Associates, 1816 Industrial Blvd., Harvey, LA
  70058
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3J8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Phoenix Area Indian Health Service, Division of Acquisition
  Management, Two Renaissance Square, 40 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,
  AZ 85004-4424
SUBJECT: Q--RADIOLOGY PHYSICIAN SERVICES
POC Judith Begay (602) 364-5011
CNT 247-01-0031
AMT $320,000.00
DTD 020101
TO University Physicians, Inc., 575 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ
  85704
LINKURL: http://www.ihs.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: judy.begay@mail.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Management Services Center (10FT), 400 15th Street,
  SW,, Auburn, WA, 98001
SUBJECT: R--R--MAIL MANAGEMENT SERVICES, TFTP-HS-98733A-B
POC Donna Ramirez, Contracting Officer, Phone (253) 931-7079,
  Fax (253) 931-7174, Email donna.ramirez@gsa.gov - Patricia
  Austin, Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7083,
  Fax (253) 931-7174, Email
CNT GS-10F-0154L
AMT $4,250,000.00
LINE 733-3
DTD 012901
TO Hays International Mailing Services, 590 Commerce Parkway,
  Hays, KS
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-10F-0154L&L=8

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: donna.ramirez@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-030 SN50C311)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS), I.R.S. Western Procurement Branch (A:P:F:WR), 1650 Mission
  Street, Room 310, San Francisco, CA, 94103
SUBJECT: R--GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
POC Gary Brazzi, Contract Specialist, Phone 415-575-7568, Fax
  415-575-7440, Email gary.brazzi@irs.gov - Gary Brazzi, Contract
  Specialist, Phone 415-575-7568, Fax 415-575-7440, Email gary.brazzi@irs.gov
CNT TIRWR-01-E-00014
AMT $90,741.00 (with options)
LINE All
DTD 013101
TO Bratt, Inc. 915 South State Street Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=TIRWR-01-E-00014&L=2123
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: gary.brazzi@irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3M5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers, Fort Worth District, P.O.
  Box 17300, 819 Taylor Street, Attn: CESWF-CT, Fort Worth, TX
  76102-0300
SUBJECT: T--SURVEY/MAPPING SERVICES FOR MILITARY AND CIVIL PROJECTS
  ASSIGNED TO THE FORT WORTH DISTRICT OR WITHIN THE SWD BOUNDARIES,
  THE US AND ITS TRUST TERRITORIES
POC Carla Brawley (817) 978-4504
CNT DACA63-00-D-0009
AMT $1,500,000.00, Basic and two option periods
LINE n/a
DTD 081000
TO Greenhorne and OMara, Inc., 9001 Edmonston Road, Greenbelt,
  Maryland 20770
LINKURL: http://ebs.swf.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  Division
EMAILADD: Carla.A.Brawley@swf02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3S0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  SMC - Space & Missiles System Center, 2420 Vela Way, Suite
  2420, El Segundo, CA, 90245-4659
SUBJECT: V--BASE LOGISTIC SERVICES
POC Gabe Brooks, Primary POC, Phone (310)363-0059, Email Gabe.Brooks@losangeles.af.mil
  - Tamara Jones, Secondary POC, Phone 310-363-5090, Email tamara.jones@losangeles.af.mil
CNT F04693-01-C-0001
AMT $10,828,696
LINE 0001-0060
DTD 012601
TO Trend Western Technical Corp., 4128 W. Commonwealth Ave.,
  Fullerton, CA 92833
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F04693-01-C-0001&L=901
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Gabe.Brooks@losangeles.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3D8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Commander, Military Sealift Command, Bldg 210, 914 Charles
  Morris Court SE, Code N10, Washington, DC 20398-5540
SUBJECT: V--WATER TRANSPORTATION
POC Michelle Hupp, Contract Specialist (202) 685-5823
CNT N00033-01-C-5223
AMT $1,215,000.00 lumpsum amount
DTD 013001
TO Sealift Inc., 68 West Main St., Oyster Bay, NY 11771
LINKURL: www.msc.navy.mil/N10/library.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: michelle.hupp@msc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C413)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Region 5, Property Development
  Division,230 South Dearborn Street, Room 3512, Chicago, Illinois
  60604
SUBJECT: X--LEASE FOR SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION IN OAK PARK.
POC Peppi Wilson 312-886-3314
CNT GS-05B-16810
AMT $7,956,220.00
DTD 013001
TO Crown Life Insurance Company 25900 Greenfield Road, Suite
  102, Oak Park, Michigan 48237
EMAILADD: Peppi.Wilson@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3I7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: Facilities Service Offcice, 4000 DeKalb Technology Pkwy.,
  Ste. 300, Atlanta, GA 30340-2799
SUBJECT: X--MAIN POST OFFICE, PINETTA, FL 32350-9998; CONSTRUCTION
  OF NEW LEASED POSTAL FACILITY
POC Jerry Fogel, Real Estate Specialist, 770-454-0653
CNT n/a
AMT $46,250.00
DTD 013001
TO John L. Shadd, P. O. Box 506, Lake Butler, FL 32054-0506;
  904-496-2631
EMAILADD: gfogel@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3M6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: U S Postal Service, Facilities Service Office, 8055 E
  Tufts Avenue, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80237-2881
SUBJECT: X--NEW CONSTRUCTION LEASE, GARDNERVILLE, NV - RANCHOS
  STATION
POC Robert R. Macgill, Real Estate Specialist, (303) 220-6567;
  Mike Williams, Design & Construction, (303) 220-6525.
CNT 072976-01-A-0016
AMT $144,598.00/annum
DTD 012301
TO M&D Development, 38173 Hwy. 299E, Burney, CA 96013, (530)
  335-2500.
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3V0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: U S Postal Service, Facilities Service Office, 8055 E
  Tufts Avenue, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80237-2881
SUBJECT: X--NEW CONSTRUCTION LEASE, SANDY, UT - SOUTH TOWNE POSTAL
  STORE
POC Marc Nielsen, Real Estate Specialist (253-925-9714; Tom Stephen,
  Design & Construction (303) 220-6534.
CNT 072976-99-A-0075
AMT $115,924.00/annum
DTD 012601
TO Sandy Centennial Ptns LC, 11075 South State Ste 21, Sandy,
  UT 84070-5118, (801) 990-1889
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: General Services Administration/WPY, Service Delivery
  Support Team, 7th & D Street, SW, Room 6901, Washington, DC
  20407
SUBJECT: X--LEASE OF 19,966 SF OF OFFICE SPACE FOR 10 YRS AT
  1331 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, WASH, DC
POC Neal McKinney, 202 260-0759
CNT WPY
AMT $9,959,041
DTD 012101
TO National Place Lease Company, LLC, c/o Quadrangle Devel Corp,
  1001 G St, NW Wash, 
EMAILADD: neal.mckinney@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C404)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USACE Vicksburg District, 4155 Clay Street, Vicksburg,
  MS 39180-3435
SUBJECT: Y--FLOOD CONTROL, MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES,
  YAZOO RIVER BASIN, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MS, DEMONSTRATION EROSION
  CONTROL, BANK STABILIZATION, BATUPAN BOGUE WATERSHED, LITTLE
  BOGUE (BS-00-07) 
POC Contracting Officer SHIRLEY M. WILSON 601/631-5349
CNT DACW38-01-C-0012
AMT $765,725.00 
DTD 013030
TO Procon, Inc., P. O. Box 1897, Brandon, MS 39043 
LINKURL: http://www.mvk.usace.army.mil/contract
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: alice.w.scott@mvk02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USACE Vicksburg District, 4155 Clay Street, Vicksburg,
  MS 39180-3435
SUBJECT: Y--FC/MR&T, CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT, STONE DIKE CONSTRUCTION
  IN THE MS RIVER AT YUCATAN, MS-LA, MILE 408.6-R, AHP, AND BELOW
  GRAND GULF, MS, MILE 400.3-L, AHP
POC Contracting Officer SHIRLEY M. WILSON 601/631-5349
CNT DACW38-01-C-0011
AMT $2,148,409.28
DTD 013001
TO Patton-Tully Transportation LLC, P. O. Box, 28, Memphis, TN
  38101
LINKURL: http://www.mvk.usace.army.mil/contract
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: alice.w.scott@mvk02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U.S. Department of The Interior, Office of Surface Mining
  Reclamation and Enforcement, Three Parkway Center, Pittsburgh,
  PA 15220
SUBJECT: Y--LORI STOOPS REFUSE FIRE
POC Brian S. Sprague--(606) 324-2828--X17
CNT 143868-CT01-13190
AMT $41,800.00
DTD 012401
TO Halco Construction LLC, P.O. Box 7, Neon, KY 41840
EMAILADD: bsprague@osmre.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3P7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, (CESWL-CT),
  PO Box 867 Little Rock, AR 72203-0867
SUBJECT: Y--GENERATOR VENTILATION COOLING UPGRADE, DARDANELLE
  POWERHOUSE, DARDANELLE LAKE, YELL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
POC Contracting Officer, Virginia A. Moore 501-324-5187
CNT DACW03-01-C-0006
AMT $161,161.00
DTD 012201
TO Koontz Electric Company, Inc., 1223 East Broadway, P.O. Box
  501, Morrilton, Arkansas 72110
LINKURL: http://ebs.swl.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sharon.spohn@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3U0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Miami,
  15608 SW 117th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33177-1630
SUBJECT: Z--AWARD: PASCAGOULA RANGE "C" UPGRADE
POC Michelle Nammur, Procurement Assistant, Phone 305-278-6725,
  Fax 305-278-6696, Email mnammur@ceumiami.uscg.mil - Sherry
  Dague, Contracting Officer, Phone 305-278-6721, Fax 305-278-6696,
  Email
CNT DTCG82-01-N-3WC043
AMT $23,879.00
DTD 013001
TO MONTGOMERY ENGINEERING 1845 KENDALL #222 LAKEWOOD, CO 80214
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=DTCG82-01-N-3WC043&L=490
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: mnammur@ceumiami.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3A8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 4 CONS,
  1695 Wright Brothers Ave, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC, 27531
SUBJECT: Z--REMOVE/REPLACE OIL WATER SEPARATORS, PHASE II
POC Alphonson Neal, Contract Jman, Phone 919-722-5409, Fax 919-722-5404,
  Email alphonson.neal@seymourjohnson.af.mil - David Jesmain,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 919-722-5422, Fax 919-722-5424,
  Email
CNT F31610-01-CC002
AMT Estimated 187,900
LINE Clin 001-003
DTD 013001
TO Phoenix Construction Associates,Inc. PO Box 10627 Goldsboro,
  NC
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F31610-01-CC002&L=1004
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: alphonson.neal@seymourjohnson.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3K4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District, PO Box
  1070, Nashville, TN 37202
SUBJECT: Z--ASPHALT PAVING SERVICES, CENTER HILL, CORDELL HULL
  AND DALE HOLLOW PROJECTS
POC Maxie Covington, Contract Specialist 615/736-7277, Jean Todd,
  Contracting Officer 615/736-7910
CNT DACW62-01-D-0004
AMT $221,231.00
DTD 122200
TO Highways, Inc., 50 W. Davis Road, Cookeville, TN 38501
LINKURL: covington.maxie.c@usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C419)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: US Army ARDEC, AMSTA-AR-PC, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  07806-5000
SUBJECT: 13--MULTIPLE EXPLOSIVELY FORMED PENETRATOR (MEFP) LINERS
POC Richard Smith, 973-724-4970
CNT DAAE30-01-M-1092
AMT $48,000.00
DTD 011801
TO Lange Precision, 1110 E Elm Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92831-5024
LINKURL: http://procnet.pica.army.mil/cbd/Award/01M1092/01M1092.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rasmith@pica.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3W1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--0 32592 ESCAPE HANDLES, EXPLOSIVE --1377012093847ES
CNT F42630-01-C-0053, F42630-00-R-65744
AMT $470,019
DTD 013001
TO Oea Aerospace Inc, 3530 Branscome Road, P O Box Kk, Fairfield
  Ca 94533-0000
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 14--Guided Missiles
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division,
  Code 210000D, 1 Administration Circle, China Lake, CA 93555-6100
SUBJECT: 14--SLAM ER WARHEAD CASES
POC Pamela Bayburt, Contract Specialist, 760-939-9655 or e-mail
  bayburtpr@navair.navy.mil; L. Dell Hledik, Contracting Officer,
  760-939-3772 or e-mail hledikld@navair.navy.mil
CNT N68936-01-C-0018
AMT $1,295,470.00
LINE 0001 and 0005
DTD 013001
TO Defense Research Inc., 1425 Commerce Blvd., Anniston, AL 36207

CITE: (W-031 SN50C3G3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: DCMC Lockheed Martin-RIOB, 1801 State Route 17C, Owego,
  NY 13827-3998
SUBJECT: 15--COMMON COCKPIT KITS FOR THE H-60 AIRCRAFT.
POC Mr. Jeffrey D. Tyreman, (607) 751-5238
CNT cbd047
AMT $30,000,000.00
LINE 0105
DTD 030101
TO Lockheed Martin Systems Integration-Owego, 1801 State Route
  17C, Owego, NY 13827
EMAILADD: jtyreman@dcmde.dcma.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-030 SN50C2Z1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--SEAL, CANOPY, INFLATA
SOL SP0475-00-R-3507
CNT SP0475-01-C-1223
AMT $104,494.75
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Kirkhill Rubber Co 300 E Cypress St Brea CA 92822
CITE: (I-031 SN50C350)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--ROD ASSEMBLY, DOOR, C
SOL SP0470-00-Q-R912
CNT SP0470-01-M-Z097
AMT $47,260.20
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Avibank Mfg Inc 210 S Victory Blvd P.O.Box 391 Burbank CA
  91503
CITE: (I-031 SN50C355)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--LONGERON
SOL SP0475-01-Q-T043
CNT SP0475-01-M-V498
AMT $49,940.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Progressive Inc 1030 Commercial Blvd N Arlington TX 76001-7197
CITE: (I-031 SN50C358)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--SKIN, MID COWL
SOL SP0470-01-Q-R035
CNT SP0470-01-M-Z101
AMT $76,380.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO CPI Aerostructures Inc 200A Executive Dr Brentwood NY 11717
CITE: (I-031 SN50C377)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 15--DOOR, ACCESS, NSN: 1560-01-178-5073, P/N: 234S3915-47
POC John Moore, Contract Specialist, AMSAM-AC-LS-C(U), 256/955-9259,
  FAX: 256/955-7725, email: john.moore2@redstone.army.mil, or
  Patti W. Page, Contracting Officer, 256/955-9307.
CNT DAAH23-01-P-0259
AMT $62,400.00
LINE 0001AA
DTD 012501
TO Precision Standard Inc., 721 E. Saratoga, Ferndale, MI 48220
EMAILADD: John Moore, Contract Specialist
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Z3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 15--DOOR, ACCESS, NSN: 1560-01-178-5073, P/N: 234S3915-47
POC John Moore, Contract Specialist, AMSAM-AC-LS-C(U), 256/955-9259,
  FAX: 256/955-7725, email: john.moore2@redstone.army.mil, or
  Patti W. Page, Contracting Officer, 256/955-9307.
CNT DAAH23-01-P-0259
AMT $62,400.00
LINE 0001AA
DTD 012501
TO Precision Standard Inc., 721 E. Saratoga, Ferndale, MI 48220
EMAILADD: John Moore, Contract Specialist
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Z6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--CAP, FILLER, OPENING
POC Theresa Schmoele, Contract Specialist, 256-955-9208 FAX 256-955-9220
CNT DAAH23-01-P-0270
AMT $68,380.26
DTD 012901
TO Eaton Aerospace LLC, 24 E. Glenolden Ave, Glenolden, PA 19036-2107
CITE: (W-030 SN50C309)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--LINER, TANK (SLEEVE - HYDRAULIC - COMBINED
SOL SP0470-00-Q-ZA82
CNT SP0470-01-M-Z099
AMT $46,722.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Tens Machine Co Inc 800 Grundy Ave Holbrook NY 11741-2606
CITE: (I-031 SN50C356)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--SUPPORT ASSY, DRIVE
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1407
CNT DAAH23-99-G-0014-TYZ9
AMT $27,272.07
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 013001
TO McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co DBA McDonnell Douglas Helicopter
  Systems model D 5000 E McDowell Rd Mesa AZ 85215-9797
CITE: (I-031 SN50C357)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--GEARBOX, ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1324
CNT SP0460-01-M-3682
AMT $45,612.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Transdigm Inc Controlex Div Aerocontrolex Group 26380 Curtiss
  Wright Pkwy P.O.Box 43210## Cleveland OH 44143-0210
CITE: (I-031 SN50C361)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--PARTS KIT, BRAKE
SOL SP0470-01-X-W001
CNT F34601-98-G-0007-TYP9
AMT $31,136.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Kitco Inc 1625 N Mountain Springs Pky P.O.Box 900 Springville
  UT 84663-0900
CITE: (I-031 SN50C366)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--PLATE, MOUNTING
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1242
CNT SP0460-01-M-3603
AMT $46,979.52
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Breeze-Eastern Div of Transtechnology 700 Liberty Ave Union
  NJ 07083-8198
CITE: (I-031 SN50C367)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--COIL ASSEMBLY, PITCH
SOL SP0470-00-X-T937
CNT SP0470-01-M-AA89
AMT $80,865.60
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AC
DTD 013001
TO Kaiser Fluid Technologies Inc 530 Sugar Creek Rd E P.O.Box
  561008 Charlotte NC 28256-1008
CITE: (I-031 SN50C368)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--PISTON, STEERING, LANDING GEAR.
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1446
CNT SP0460-01-M-3604
AMT $35,780.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Loud Engineering and Mfg Inc 1055 E Francis St P.O.Box 3339
  Ontario CA 91761-5633
CITE: (I-031 SN50C371)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--ROD END ASSY
SOL SP0470-01-X-T233
CNT SP0470-01-M-T609
AMT $68,325.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Sargent Controls and Aerospace 5675 W Burlingame Rd Tucson
  AZ 85743
CITE: (I-031 SN50C381)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS & ACCESSORIES
POC Geraldine Williams, (256) 955-9265, Contract Specialist,
  Fax (256) 842-7638, Debra Scruggs Contracting Officer
CNT DAAH23-01-C-0080
AMT $431,250.00
DTD 012501
TO Teledyne Lewisburg, A Teledyne Inc Co, 1425 Higgs Road, P.O.
  Box 326, Lewisburg, TN 37091
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: 16--ADVANCED TACTICAL AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEM TEST
  SET COMPUTER
POC Laurie Paz (732) 323-4188
CNT N68335-01-C-0113
AMT $243,393.00
DTD 122100
TO Paravant Computer Systems Inc., 3520 Dixie Highway N.E., Palm
  Bay, FL 32905-2710
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3E3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS & ACCESSORIES
POC Geraldine Williams, Contract Specialist, Phone: (256) 955-9265,
  Debra Scruggs, Contracting Officer
CNT DAAH23-01-D-0065/0001
AMT $33,361.00
LINE 0001AA
DTD 013101
TO Parker Aerospace, Customer Support Military Division, 14300
  Alton Parkway, Irvine, CA 92618
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3W8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: 17--INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM
POC Bonnie Sears (619)553-6334 or James E. Smith Jr (619)553-7504
CNT N66001-01-C-0008
AMT $306892
LINE 0001
DTD 012501
TO AIRSYS ATM Inc 23501 West 84th Street Shawnee Kansas 66227
LINKURL: http://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil/
LINKDESC: 
  Home Page
EMAILADD: bonnies@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  Home Page
CITE: (W-030 SN50C305)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 17--PISTON, LAUNCHING ENGINE CYLINDER.
SOL SP0760-01-R-3108
CNT SP0760-01-C-7158
AMT $254,180.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AB
DTD 012201
TO Advance Development and Mfg corp 325 Soundview Rd P.O.Box
  396 Guilford CT 06437-2970
CITE: (I-030 SN50C331)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 17--INTERFACE UNIT, DRUM
SOL SP0490-00-R-3748
CNT SP0490-01-C-1012
AMT $476,501.20
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Kit Pack Co 285 E Thorpe Rd Las Cruces NM 88005
CITE: (I-031 SN50C382)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Usn,
  Building 2, Newport News, VA 23607
SUBJECT: 19--RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL TECHNICIAN SERVICES
POC Ruth I. Ridenhour (757) 688-3982
CNT N00024-99-G-2909-4T66
AMT $260,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 012601
TO Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va 23072
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding C&R, USN, PO Box 215, Portsmouth,
  VA, 23705-0215
SUBJECT: 19--USS GRAPPLE (ARS-53), SSP 108-01
POC Clarice Turner, Contract Specialist, (757) 396-5041 ext.
  420
CNT 1052
AMT $96,000
LINE 0001, 0002, 0003
DTD 013001
TO Marine Hydraulics International, Inc., 543 East Indian River
  Road, Norfolk, VA 23523
LINKURL: http://po7.repair.navy.mil/db-cgi/cgiwrap/solicit/synopsis.pl
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: TurnerCJ@supship.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3C9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), General Products Center (7FX), 819 Taylor Street, Room
  6A24, Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUBJECT: 19--MARINE CRAFT AND EQUIPMENT
POC Dolores Cabrera, Contract Specialist, Phone 817-978-8386,
  Fax 817-978-8672, Email dolores.cabrera@gsa.gov - Carol Batesole,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (817) 978-8667, Fax (817) 978-8672,
  Email
CNT GS07F0128L
AMT $700,000
LINE SIN 260-01
DTD 013101
TO Naplesyacht.com 1662 Grace Avenue Fort Myers, FL 33901
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS07F0128L&L=3

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: dolores.cabrera@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C420)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 20--TIEDOWN, CHAIN ASSEMBLY.
CNT SP0760-01-M-W698
AMT $29,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 012901
TO Peck and Hale Inc 180 Division Ave P.O.Box 37 West Sayville
  NY 11796-1303
CITE: (I-030 SN50C332)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 25--SEAT, VEHICULAR (RIGHT HAND).
CNT SP0750-01-W-6007
AMT $71,400.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 5001
DTD 012601
TO Triman Industries Inc 420 Commerce Ln Suite 8 West Berlin
  NJ 08091
CITE: (I-030 SN50C330)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 26--Tires and Tubes
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 26--NLG TIRE --2620010385800
CNT F42630-01-C-0054, F42630-01-B-20306
AMT $112,500
DTD 013001
TO Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, Dept 782, 1144 East Market Street,
  Akron Oh 44316 0001
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 28--SWIRLER, AUGMENTOR FLAMEHOLDER
SOL SP0480-01-Q-6256
CNT SP0480-01-M-8413
AMT $91,766.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Columbia MFG Inc 165 RT 66 E P.O.Box 368 Columbia CT 06237-0368
CITE: (I-031 SN50C376)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 28--CLAMP ASSEMBLY, FILTER
SOL SP0480-01-Q-7189
CNT F34601-98-G-0011-TYZ4
AMT $35,199.60
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 013001
TO Rolls-royce corp 2001 S Tibbs Ave Indianapolis In 46206-0420
CITE: (I-031 SN50C380)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 29--FILTER ASSEMBLY.
SOL SP0750-01-R-1051
CNT SP0750-01-C-2736
AMT $340,097.24
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AB
DTD 013001
TO Donaldson Co Inc 1400 W 94TH St P.O.Box 1299 Minneapolis MN
  55440-1299
CITE: (I-030 SN50C337)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 29--FLYWEIGHT, CARBURETOR CONTROL
SOL SP0740-01-Q-J994
CNT SP0740-01-M-NC43
AMT $55,671.04
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO AAR Airframe and Accessories Group Inc DBA AAR Defense Systems
  1100 N Wood Dale Rd Wood Dale IL 60191
CITE: (I-030 SN50C338)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 29--PIPE, EXHAUST.
SOL SP0750-01-Q-D606
CNT SP0750-01-M-2406
AMT $52,270.92
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Dynaflex Products 6466 Gayhart Ave Los Angeles CA 90040
CITE: (I-031 SN50C339)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--GEARSHAFT, BEVEL
CNT F34601-00-G-0005-UB23
AMT $291,222.78
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO GE Support Services LP Sub of General Electric Co 14000 Horizon
  Way Mount Laurel NJ 08054
CITE: (I-030 SN50C334)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--GEARSHAFT, BEVEL.
SOL SP0740-00-Q-H334
CNT N00383-97-G-012N-UZ90
AMT $53,762.00
LINE 2001AA THROUGH 2001AK
DTD 013001
TO Sikorsky Aircraft Corp MS S420A 6900 Main St P.O.Box 9729
  Stratford CT 06615-9129
CITE: (I-030 SN50C335)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, SLEEVE
SOL SP0441-00-R-3633
CNT SP0441-01-C-0877
AMT $59,435.06
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Kampi Components Co., Inc. 88 Canal Road Fairless Hills, PA
  19030
CITE: (I-031 SN50C349)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, BALL, DUPLEX
SOL SP0441-01-R-0964
CNT SP0441-01-C-0876
AMT $76,440.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Kaydon Corp 2860 McCracken St Muskegon MI 49441-3495
CITE: (I-031 SN50C370)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 31--ROLLER, BEARING
SOL SP0441-01-Q-J544
CNT SP0441-01-M-Y496
AMT $39,627.50
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO ESP Mfg Co Inc 2331 E I20 P.O.Box 871 Odessa TX 79760-0871
CITE: (I-031 SN50C374)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 34--WELDING POWDER, METALLIC OVERLAY
SOL SP0490-01-Q-P090
CNT SP0490-01-M-Q471
AMT $31,020.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Sulzer Metco /Westbury/ Inc 1101 Prospect Ave Westbury NY
  11590-2724
CITE: (I-031 SN50C379)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 35--Service and Trade Equipment
OFFADD: Fleet & Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk Detachment
  Washington, Washington Navy Yard, 1014 N Street SE, Suite400,
  Washington DC 20374-5014
SUBJECT: 35--PORTABLE VACUUM LOADERS
POC Jeannie Coratolo, 202-433-3602
CNT N00600-01-M-5235
AMT $371,000.00
LINE ALL
DTD 012301
TO VECTOR TECHNOLOGIES LTD., 6820 N. 43RD Street, Milwaukee,
  WI 53209
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3Q5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 38--Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance
  Equipment
OFFADD: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rogue River
  National Forest, 333 W 8th St, PO Box 520, Medford, OR 97501
SUBJECT: 38--SUPPLY AND DELIVER TRAIL BUILDING CRAWLER/DOZER
POC Contracting (541) 858-2227
CNT 43-04N7-1-0050
AMT $53,200.00
DTD 013001
TO Sutter Equipment Co., 80 Chamberlain Avenue, Novato, California
  94947
EMAILADD: mgiuliani@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 39--Materials Handling Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), General Products Center (7FX), 819 Taylor Street, Room
  6A24, Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUBJECT: 39--MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
POC Gay Kirkpatrick, Contracting Officer, Phone (817)978-3672,
  Fax (817)978-3761, Email gay.kirkpatrick@gsa.gov
CNT GS-07F-0123L
AMT $125,000
DTD 013001
TO Drexel Industries, LLC 331 Maple Avenue Horsham, PA 19044-0983
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-07F-0123L&L=3

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: gay.kirkpatrick@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3K8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 40--Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 40--CHAIN, WELDED
SOL SP0490-01-Q-Q161
CNT SP0490-01-M-R656
AMT $49,332.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Old dominion brush Co 5118 Glen Alden Dr Richmond VA 23231-4319
CITE: (I-031 SN50C365)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 40--Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 40--CHAIN ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0490-00-Q-TB30
CNT SP0490-01-M-R700
AMT $69,657.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Columbus McKinnon Corp 140 John James Audubon Pky Amherst
  NY 14228-1197
CITE: (I-031 SN50C383)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Engineering Logistics Center,
  2401 Hawkins Point Road, Building 31, Mail Stop 26, Baltimore,
  MD, 21226-5000
SUBJECT: 43--PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
POC Kelly Carney, Contract Specialist, Phone 410-762-6472, Fax
  410-762-6056, Email kcarney@elcbalt.uscg.mil - Nancy Dean,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 410-762-6461, Fax 410-762-6056,
  Email ndean@elcbalt.uscg.mil
CNT DTCG40-01-P-50342
AMT $25,800.00
LINE All
DTD 013001
TO Mid Atlantic Sales P.O. Box 55124 Norfolk, VA 23505
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=DTCG40-01-P-50342&L=493
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: kcarney@elcbalt.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3S4)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--HOSE ASSEMBLY, METALLIC. STEEL, CORROSION
CNT SP0740-01-M-QF81
AMT $33,490.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Coast Metal Craft Inc 18518 Susana Rd Compton CA 90221
CITE: (I-030 SN50C333)

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[Printed Issue Date: February 2, 2001]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--HOSE ASSEMBLY, NONMETALLIC.
SOL SP0740-01-Q-J065
CNT SP0740-01-M-QF57
AMT $82,915.36
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0005
DTD 013001
TO Hydraflow 13259 E 166TH St Cerritos, CA 90703-2269
CITE: (I-030 SN50C336)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--STEM,FLUID VALVE
POC Contact Point, Catherine N Doyne, 87321.2, (717)605-7604,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
CNT N0010401C7018, Sol Nr N00104-01-R-BG97, NIIN 014538324
AMT $68,310
LINE 0001
DTD 020901
TO General Nuclear Corp , New Stanton ,PA 15672-0400
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-030 SN50C326)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 48--WOLVERINE SPARES PHASE II
POC Contract Specialist: Cheryl Callison (309)782-4843; Contracting
  Officer: Dave L. Elliott (309)782-3814
CNT DAAE20-97-G-0002/0044-DAAE20-00-R-0238-
AMT $313,458.00
DTD 012801
TO General Dynamics Land Systems, 38500 Mound Road, Sterling
  Heights, MI 48090
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 49--0 336419INTERFACE DRAWER ASSY. --4935014739471NM
CNT F42630-01-M-0122
AMT $76,000
DTD 012901
TO Pgsus Limited Liability Company, Pgsus Llc, 5600 Sandlake
  Road, Orlando Fl 32819 8907
CITE: (I-031 SN50C3X4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 53--CORRECTION, SEAL,PLAIN
POC Contact Point, David A Butz, 87321.17, (717)605-5883, Fax,
  (717)605-1569, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Catherine
  N Doyne, 87321.2, (717)605-7604
CNT N0010400G70005054, Sol Nr N00104-00-Q-VK48, NIIN 014298435
AMT $32,850
LINE 0001
DTD 020901
TO Eaton Corp , Danbury ,CT 06810-8147
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-030 SN50C327)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 53--SPACER, SLEEVE
SOL SP0450-01-Q-9386
CNT SP0450-01-M-DA32
AMT $28,704.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0004
DTD 013001
TO Ace Aviation Service Inc 7 N Main St Pima AZ 85543
CITE: (I-031 SN50C369)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 53--COUPLING, CLAMP, GROOVED
SOL SP0440-99-X-Z404
CNT SP0440-01-M-BA32
AMT $42,569.20
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Voss Industries Inc 2168 W 25TH St Cleveland OH 44113-4115
CITE: (I-031 SN50C384)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--SCREW, CLOSE TOLERANCE
CNT SP0540-01-M-F980
AMT $39,730.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Wesco Aircraft Corp 27727 Ave Scott Valencia CA 91355-1219
CITE: (I-031 SN50C392)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--NUT ASSEMBLY, SELF-LOCKING, GANG CHANNEL
SOL 01TK19-12-P-0500
CNT SP0540-01-M-F723
AMT $43,116.50
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Freundlich Supply Co 2200 Arthur Kill Rd Staten Island NY
  10309-1202
CITE: (I-031 SN50C393)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--SEAL, NONMETALLIC ST
SOL SP0540-01-Q-8479
CNT SP0540-01-M-F424
AMT $26,125.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Basic Rubber and Plastics 8700 Boulder Court Walled Lake MI
  48390
CITE: (I-031 SN50C394)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--NUT SELF-LOCKING EXTENDED WASHER DOUBLE HEXAGON
CNT SP0540-01-M-G023
AMT $61,055.28
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Unirex Inc 9310 E 37th Street Wichita KS 67226-2014
CITE: (I-031 SN50C395)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 58--DOME, SONAR
SOL SP0900-00-U-J098
CNT SP0920-01-M-1858
AMT $29,700.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Arlo company 1275 Bloomfield Ave Bldg 8-68 P O Box 6129 Fairfield
  NJ 07007-6129
CITE: (I-031 SN50C347)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--SYNCHRO, TRANSMITTER
CNT SP0920-01-M-1973
AMT $25,239.00
LINE 0001
DTD 012901
TO Litton Systems Inc Poly-Scientific Div 1213 N Main St Blacksburg
  VA 24060
CITE: (I-031 SN50C341)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--SOLENOID, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0930-00-Q-5452
CNT SP0930-01-M-C853
AMT $49,530.84
LINE 0001
DTD 012901
TO KampI Component Co 88 Canal Rd Fairless Hills PA 19030
CITE: (I-031 SN50C342)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--RELAY, ELECTROMAGNETIC
CNT SP0930-01-M-C896
AMT $51,294.96
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 012901
TO Communications Instruments Inc Hwy 74 East P.O.Box 520 Fairview
  NC 28730
CITE: (I-031 SN50C343)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--EXTENDER CARD, ELECT
SOL 00TU18-42-P-0900
CNT SP0960-01-M-2123
AMT $35,741.58
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO ITT Industries Inc ITT Gilfillan Div 7821 Orion Ave P.O.Box
  7713 Van Nuys CA 91409-7713
CITE: (I-031 SN50C344)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--SWITCH, THERMOSTATIC
CNT SP0930-01-M-1183
AMT $83,538.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Harrel Inc 16 Fitch St Norwalk CT 06855-1309
CITE: (I-031 SN50C345)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--SYNCHRO TRANSMITTER
CNT SP0920-01-M-1905
AMT $62,100.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Litton Systems Inc Poly-Scientific Div 1213 N Main St Blacksburg
  VA 24060
CITE: (I-031 SN50C346)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMB
SOL SP0960-01-X-G107
CNT F09603-97-G-0014-UB69
AMT $53,730.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Raytheon Co DBA Raytheon Systems Co ms-8064 2501 W University
  P.O.Box 801## Mc Kinney TX 75070-0801
CITE: (I-031 SN50C348)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 59--WIRING HARNESS, BRANCH, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0451-99-Q-PD51
CNT SP0451-01-M-7449
AMT $70,992.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Grimes Aerospace Co Sub of Aliedsignal Inc 550 St RT 55 Urbana
  OH 43078
CITE: (I-031 SN50C351)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 59--INSULATION TAPE, ELECTRICAL.
SOL SP0430-01-Q-G284
CNT SP0430-01-M-H870
AMT $31,785.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Stag Enterprise Inc 2010-A Cobb Intl Blvd Kennesaw GA 30152
CITE: (I-031 SN50C354)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 59--CABLE ASSEMBLY, SPECIAL PURPOSE, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0451-01-Q-3293
CNT SP0451-01-M-5768
AMT $30,401.39
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Techniservices Inc 8800 Metro Court Richmond, VA 23237
CITE: (I-031 SN50C359)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 59--CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0451-01-Q-4166
CNT SP0451-01-M-6629
AMT $51,300.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Woodard Electric Inc 2707 Hwy 36 W P.O.Box 1129 Hartselle
  AL 35640
CITE: (I-031 SN50C364)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 59--CABLE ASSEMBLY, RADI
SOL SP0451-01-Q-4208
CNT SP0451-01-M-6605
AMT $26,146.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Jcair Inc 400 New Century Blvd Industrial Airport KS 66031
CITE: (I-031 SN50C378)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 59--CONNECTORS
POC Jacqueline Brown, Contracting Officer
CNT 4600000260
AMT $2,271,900
LINE 1&2
DTD 012501
TO Amphenol Corporation, Military and Aerospace Division, PO
  Box 92386, Chicago, IL 60675
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3B0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--CABLE ASSEMBLY, SPECIAL PURPOSE, ELECTRICAL
SOL SP0451-01-Q-3399
CNT SP0451-01-M-5752
AMT $38,891.67
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Co-Operative Industries Inc 5133 Northeast Pky Fort Worth
  TX 76106-1822
CITE: (I-031 SN50C352)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--POWER STRIP, ELECTRICAL (SURGE SUPPRESSOR)
SOL SP0451-01-Q-4252
CNT SP0451-01-M-6606
AMT $46,170.56
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 013001
TO Itc Electronics 2772 W Olympic Blvd Los Angeles CA 90006-2631
CITE: (I-031 SN50C362)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--ROTOR, MOTOR
CNT SP0411-01-M-E978
AMT $26,550.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0009
DTD 012901
TO Mackenzie Aircraft Parts Inc 2505 Commerce Way Vista CA 92083-8420
CITE: (I-031 SN50C363)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--MOTOR, ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0430-00-R-3329
CNT SP0430-01-C-0765
AMT $217,455.00
LINE 0001
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 61--ELECTRICAL CABLE
POC James D. Sprandel 202-305-7290
CNT 4600000269
AMT $253,206
LINE 00001
DTD 013101
TO General Cable/Carol Cable,8403 Arlington Blvd, Suite 100,
  Fairfax, VA 22031
LINKURL: http://www.unicor.gov/procurement/proelectron.htm
LINKDESC: 
  to this notice
EMAILADD: jsprandel@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3D0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Contracting
  Officer (90C), 1500 E. Woodrow Wilson Drive, Jackson, MS 39216-5199
SUBJECT: 65--ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
POC Susan Newton, 601-364-1348
CNT V586P-3701
AMT $2.5% Discount
DTD 011701
TO Sims Prosthetics & Orthopedic Appliances; 500 E. Woodrow Wilson
  Drive; Jackson, MS 39216
LINKURL: Susan.newton@med.va.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: newton.susan@jackson.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Contracting
  Officer (90C), 1500 E. Woodrow Wilson Drive, Jackson, MS 39216-5199
SUBJECT: 65--ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
POC Susan Newton, 601-346-1348
CNT V586P-3702
AMT $2% Discount
DTD 011701
TO Jackson Brace and Limb Co; 1320 North State Street; Jackson,
  MS 39202
LINKURL: Susan.Newton@med.va.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: newton.susan@jackson.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, National Acquisition
  Center, P.O. Box 76, Bldg. 37, Hines, IL 60141-0076
SUBJECT: 65--II A - MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
POC Linda Smith (708) 786-5194
CNT V797P-4073a
AMT $125,000.00
DTD 020101
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EMAILADD: Linda.Smith@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 66--GYROSCOPE,RATE
POC Contact Point, David Setters, 0213.19, (717)605-4242, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Nick D
  Stellhorn, 0213.14, (717)605-1457
CNT N0038398G001GEP56, Sol Nr N00104-01-Q-LB48, NIIN 012560637
AMT $217,053
LINE 0001
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TO Honeywell Inc , Minneapolis ,MN 55413-1719
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-030 SN50C328)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 66--INDICATOR, ELECTRICA
SOL 01T586-72-P-0900
CNT SP0920-01-M-1951
AMT $31,050.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Ruta Supplies Inc 30-09 35TH Avenue Long Island City, NY 11106
CITE: (I-031 SN50C340)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 66--METER MOVEMENT
SOL SP0440-01-Q-N008
CNT SP0440-01-M-P871
AMT $96,228.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AH
DTD 013001
TO Rogerson Aircraft Corp 2201 Alton Pky Irvine CA 92606-5033
CITE: (I-031 SN50C353)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 66--STATOR-HOUSING ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0440-01-Q-N091
CNT SP0440-01-M-P684
AMT $28,080.00
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO Air Instro 5286 Kazuko Court Moorpark CA 93021
CITE: (I-031 SN50C360)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 66--VOLUME BOOSTER
SOL SP0440-00-Q-N568
CNT SP0440-01-M-P923
AMT $45,882.75
LINE 0001
DTD 013001
TO New ERA Contract Sales Inc 2513 Tacoma Ave S Tacoma WA 98402
CITE: (I-031 SN50C373)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 66--INDICATOR, VERTICAL VELOCITY
SOL SP0440-01-Q-N009
CNT SP0440-01-M-P898
AMT $77,615.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 013001
TO Aerosonic Corp 1212 N Hercules Ave Clearwater FL 34625
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 66--INDICATOR, LIQUID QU, NSN: 6680-01-123-7728, P/N:
  145ES004-2
POC John Moore, Contract Specialist, AMSAM-AC-LS-C(U), 256/955-9259,
  FAX: 256/955-7725, email: john.moore2@redstone.army.mil, or
  Patti W. Page, Contracting Officer, 256/955-9307.
CNT N00383-99-G-016H/BS91
AMT $25,272.00
LINE 0001AA
DTD 012501
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EMAILADD: John Moore, Contracting Specialist
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C405)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 68--Chemicals and Chemical Products
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), General Products Center (7FX), 819 Taylor Street, Room
  6A24, Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUBJECT: 68--DISINFECTANTS; PERMANENT DISPENSER HOUSING AND REFILLS
  FOR THE CONTROL OF GENERAL INSTITUTIONAL AIRBORNE ODORS AND
  SMOKE; TOILET BOWL CLEANER; WATER PURIFCATION CHEMICALS
POC Bonnie Bryson, Contracting Officer, Phone (817) 978-8633,
  Fax (817) 978-4366, Email bonnie.bryson@gsa.gov
CNT GS-07F-0144L
AMT $125,000
DTD 012601
TO Continental Research Corporation P.O. Box 15204 St. Louis,
  MO 63110
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-07F-0144L&L=3

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: bonnie.bryson@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3M0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 79--Cleaning Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), General Products Center (7FX), 819 Taylor Street, Room
  6A24, Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUBJECT: 79--CLEANING EQUIPMENT, ACCESSORIES AND JANITORIAL SUPPLIES,
  CLEANING CHEMICALS AND SORBENTS
POC Bill Lair, Contract Specialist, Phone 817-978-8651, Fax 817-978-8672,
  Email bill.lair@gsa.gov - Mary Hudson, Contract Specialist,
  Phone 817-978-7206, Fax 817-978-8634, Email mary.beth.hudson@gsa.gov
CNT GS-07F-0111L
AMT $125,000
LINE 375-363
DTD 020101
TO KERICO DIVERSIFIED, INC. 2281 GRAYSTONE DRIVE ST. CHARLES,
  MO 63303
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-07F-0111L&L=3

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: bill.lair@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-031 SN50C3K3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 79--Cleaning Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), General Products Center (7FX), 819 Taylor Street, Room
  6A24, Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUBJECT: 79--CLEANING EQUIPMENT, ACCESSORIES, JANITORIAL SUPPLIES,
  CLEANING CHEMICALS AND SORBENTS
POC Mary Hudson, Contract Specialist, Phone 817-978-7206, Fax
  817-978-8634, Email mary.beth.hudson@gsa.gov - Bill Lair, Contract
  Specialist, Phone 817-978-8651, Fax 817-978-8672, Email bill.lair@gsa.gov
CNT GS-07F-0113L
AMT $125,000
LINE 375 365
DTD 020101
TO LSA, Inc. 1140 Amarillo Drive Gardnerville, NV 89410
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-07F-0113L&L=3

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: mary.beth.hudson@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: National Defense Industrial Association, 2111 Wilson
  Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, Virginia 22201
SUBJECT: THE 36TH ANNUAL GUN & AMMUNITION SYMPOSIUM & EXHIBITION
DESC: The 36th Annual Gun & Ammunition Symposium & Exhibition
  provides an international forum for the exchange of technical
  information and ideas, development plans and technology of
  present and future gun and ammunition systems and related integration
  technologies.   The current environment for the worldwide
  defense establishment is characterized by reduced budgets,
  which in turn, dictate reduced force structures, reductions
  or delays in weapons development funding and reduced training
  tempo. The threat environment is characterized by multiple
  simultaneous regional conflicts which require smaller, flexible
  forces. At the same time, defense establishments must maintain
  the capability to engage in the more traditional major conflict
  which may threaten their national security.  This combination
  of factors - small regional conflicts, major conflict concerns
  and reduced funding - challenges the user and development communities
  to maintain and even enhance the overall force effectiveness
  of this reduced force structure. In this restricted funding
  environment, the challenge to the user and development communities
  is to provide weapons systems which exhibit increased effectiveness,
  improved affordability, enhanced user friendliness, increased
  flexibility and multi-role capability and reduced support and
  maintenance loads. The challenge is a difficult, multi-faceted
  problem. Solutions must address this multiplicity of factors.
    The objective of this symposium is to provide a forum to
  present and discuss weapon system programs, investigations
  and technologies which offer the potential to enhance force
  effectiveness while, at the same time, fit within the tightened
  budget constraints.  Understanding the environment and user
  needs is an increasingly important factor in defining parameters
  for system development and enhancement. As a special invitation,
  we encourage members of the worldwide user community to participate
  in the presentations for the purpose of communicating needs,
  shortfalls, initiatives and strategy factors for maintaining
  and enhancing force effectiveness.  This conferenc will include
  various technical paper presentations that will be of great
  interest to any one involved in the topic of the conference.
  For more information or an agenda please contact Derek Jenks
  at djenks@ndia.org or go to the NDIA website at www.ndia.org.

LINKURL: http://register.ndia.org/interview/register.ndia?~Brochure~159
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: djenks@ndia.org
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: National Defense Industrial Association, 2111 Wilson
  Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, Virginia 22201
SUBJECT: %ARMAMENTS FOR THE ARMY TRANSFORMATIONM CONFERENCE &
  EXHIBITION
DESC: Event # 1600 June 18 - 21 Parsippany NJ  Conference Objective
  & Theme  "As the Army transitions towards a lighter, more
  mobile force, it must be fully trained and prepared to engage
  in asymmetric, multidimensional conflicts. In order to carry
  out its numerous missions, the Army must have the necessary
  armaments to swiftly achieve its goal in all engagements from
  peace keeping to major theater warfare. This symposium will
  present the technological challenges that are being addressed
  by government and industry partners to ensure that the objective
  force will have the advanced armaments necessary to achieve
  rapid dominance over all threats." It is with this objective
  in mind that this year's conference theme "Armaments for the
  Army Transformation" was conceived.  Announcement  The
  purpose of this formal announcement is to:  1) Provide advance
  notice of the 2001 "Armaments  for the Army Transformation"
  Conference. 2) Determine interest in providing equipment/hardware
   exhibits. 3) Allow for dissemination of this notice to interested
   members of the entire private and public sector as  well
  as to all who are concerned with the objective of this conference.
   4) Encourage attendance and participation from local government
  agencies; companies and NDIA  chapters.  Tentative Agenda
  Topics  Tuesday, June 19, 2001 Army Transformation  Congressional
  View of Army Transformation Why the Army Transformation is
  Needed Transformation: The AMC Perspective Transformation:
  The TRADOC Perspective Transformation: The TACOM Perspective
   IBCT Status Science and Technology Transformation Strategy
    Transformation: The PEO GCSS Perspective Transformation:
  The PEO Tactical Missile Perspective Overview of DARPA Programs
  for the Objective Force Armaments for Transformation: The
  Industry  Perspective   Wednesday, June 20, 2001 3 concurrent
  sessions Future Combat System Interim Brigade Combat Team
  (IBCT) and Legacy Force Systems Advanced Technologies  Hotel
  Information  A block of rooms has been reserved at:  Hilton
  Parsippany Hotel One Hilton Court Parsippany, NJ 07054 Phone:
  (973) 267-7373 Fax: (973) 984-2896 Industry Double or Single-
  $155/night Government- $114/night or current per diem* 
  In order to ensure the discounted NDIA rate, please make reservations
  early and ask for the NDIA room block. Rooms will not be held
  after Tuesday, May 29, 2001 and may sell out before that date.
  Rates are also subject to increase after this date.  *The
  government rate is available only to active duty or civilian
  government employees. ID will be required upon check-in. Retired
  military ID's are  not acceptable.   
LINKURL: http://register.ndia.org/interview/register.ndia?~Brochure~1600
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: djenks@ndia.org
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: National Defense Industrial Association, 2111 Wilson
  Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, Virginia 22201
SUBJECT: 2001 JOINT SERVICES SMALL ARMS EXHIBITION AND FIRING
  DEMONSTRATION
DESC: Event # 1610 Little Rock Arkansas August 13 - 16, 2001
    OVERVIEW The Small Arms Systems Section of the National
  Defense Industrial Association presents the 2001 Joint Services
  Small Arms Systems Section Annual Conference, Exhibition and
  Firing Demonstration in Little Rock Arkansas at Camp Robinson.
  The conference is expected to draw law enforcement, government,
  industry and international participants, in addition to a strong
  representation from all branches of the military.   ABSTRACTS
   You are invited to submit papers for a 20-minute presentation
  that fits into any of the following topics:  tIndividual
  Weapons & Equipment tSmall Arms Ammunition  tCrew-Served Infantry
  Weapons tNew Technology tMounts and Ancillary Equipment tFire
  Control tTraining Devices and Systems tLess Than Lethal Systems
    Preference will be given to those papers which have substantial
  technical content of significant interest to the small arms
  community. Paper selection will be heavily-weighted toward
  this criterion. All abstracts should clearly describe the proposed
  paper's content in this regard.  TO SUBMIT A PAPER Please
  provide an abstract of your paper and return it with the "Author
  Information Form" by April 15, 2001 to: Derek Jenks, NDIA
   2111 Wilson Boulevard Suite 400, Arlington, VA 22201-3061
   Phone: (703) 247-2582 Fax: (703) 522-1885 E-mail: djenks@ndia.org
   *Electronic Copies are Preferred  INDUSTRY FIRING DEMONSTRATION,
  At Camp Robinson Commercial and private companies wishing
  to demonstrate small arms (up to and including .50 caliber
  weapons) or related equipment during the Industry Firing Demonstration
  should contact Mr. Sal Fanelli of FN Sales at (803) 736-0522
  to make reservations for participation. Registered attendees
  and exhibitors only are invited to demonstrate their products
  or weapons at this function.  NDIA's Small Arms Systems Section
  is soliciting nominations for the following awards:  Hathcock
  Award  The Carlos N. Hathcock II Award is presented to recognize
  an individual who, in the opinion of the Small Arms Section
  Steering Committee, Armaments Division, National Defense Industrial
  Association has made significant contributions in operational
  employment and tactics of small arms weapons systems which
  have impacted on the readiness and capabilities of the United
  States military or law enforcement. A significant contribution
  is considered to be: superior performance of duties in an operational
  environment or the development of tactics or training.  The
  Hathcock Award is named in honor of Gunnery Sergeant Carlos
  N. Hathcock II, a career Marine who dedicated his life to the
  service of this country in both the military and law enforcement
  communities. He was honest, tactful, considerate, courageous,
  quietly proud and determined in all things and all places from
  the range to the battlefield. "The Gunny" not only distinguished
  himself in combat as a scout-sniper but also as a competitive
  marksman and trainer. In his capacity as a trainer he not only
  significantly impacted the current United States Marine Corps
  Scout-Sniper program but also influenced the sniper programs
  of the other military services and similar law enforcement
  programs nationwide.   Chinn Award The George M. Chinn Award
  is presented annually to honor a government or industry individual
  who, in the opinion of the Small Arms Systems Division Executive
  Board, has made significant contributions to the field of small
  arms and/or infantry weapons systems. A significant contribution
  is considered to be a creative invention, new design or innovative
  concept in small arms weapons, ammunition or ancillary equipment
  that provides an advancement in the-state-of-the-art or capability
  enhancement that clearly benefits the warfighting or general
  military capability of the United States. The Chinn Award may
  also be conferred as recognition to an individual who has performed
  sustained superior service in a career field of science, engineering,
  test and evaluation, manufacturing, program management, academic
  study and research, publishing or maintenance relating to military
  small arms or infantry weapons.  The Chinn Award is named
  in honor of LtCol George M. Chinn, a career Marine Corps officer
  who dedicated his life to the study, development and refinement
  of machine gun mechanisms. LtCol Chinn is remembered for his
  work as a gun designer and for having compiled a five volume
  reference work entitled The Machine Gun. 
LINKURL: http://register.ndia.org/interview/register.ndia?~Brochure~1610
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EMAILADD: djenks@ndia.org
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: National Defense Industrial Association, 2111 Wilson
  Boulevard, Suite 400, Arlington, Virginia 22201
SUBJECT: 17TH ANNUAL DOD LOGISTICS CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
DESC: Event # 1730 San Antonio TX March 5 - 8, 2001  As we
  race headlong into the 21st century, even the most casual observer
  can see that the quality of America's defense force is barely
  adequate to fulfill our nation's current operational requirements,
  and most insufficient to meet the demands of future commitments
  around the world. This year's focus is the embodiment of our
  conference theme, Revitalizing America's Defense. Today's infrastructure
  and reinvestment challenges must yield initiatives that will
  be reflected in tomorrow's technologies and sustainment solutions.
  Defense reform must transcend Presidential and Congressional
  elections which themselves create a catalyst for new, exciting
  challenges.  This annual event has become the premier national
  level forum for exchanging ideas and sharing insights into
  supportability of our nation's Warfighters and focusing on
  a trilogy of logistics,acquisition, and financial reform. The
  conference again this year brings together these communities
  and its diversity of discussion by leading practitioners which
  attracts high caliber attendees,  including our newest and
  most senior government leaders and directors who will put tomorrow's
  policies and public/private alliances together. In addition,
  the exhibits will showcase innovative cutting edge technology
  to support our 21st Century Warfighters.  Our conference
  objective is three fold. First, illuminate several  revolutionary
  trends that will, inexorably, have a major effect on defense
  establishments and defense companies. Prominent among these
  trends are: the emerging philosophy of co-opetition vice competition,
  the increasing importance to defense establishments of commercial
  technology including our entry into the knowledge age, the
  need to rethink the approaches governments have traditionally
  used for life cycle systems support and configuration management,
  and the national security strategies and structures evolving
  within the new administration. Second, provide a forum where
  government and defense companies are brought together to identify
  those policies and practices that are no longer in equilibrium
  with global realities and more importantly, identify and debate
  alternatives including DoD's 2001 legislative and policy agenda.
  Third, consider what government and industry can do to succeed
  in the rapidly changing global defense marketplace of the future.
    You are an important part of the Warfighter's Logistics
  Team that consists of industry, government, and academia representing
  domestic and an ever-growing number of international organizations.
  We share a mutual goal by seeking effective and efficient solutions
  to meet the needs of our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines,
  our true customers. We trust each of you will carry this focus
  and enthusiasm back to your organizations.  Our sponsors,
  the National Defense Industrial Association's Logistics Management
  Committee (LoMC) inconjunction with the Deputy Under Secretary
  of Defense (Logistics and Materiel  Readiness) are committed
  to bring you a world-class forum for an exchange of ideas that
  will help make your organizational and business strategy a
  reality in the 21st Century.  See you in San Antonio! Jack
  D. Garrison, Conference Chairman  Schedule At-A-Glance 
   Monday, March 5th   9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Golf Tournament
  (Kelly AFB Country Club) 12:00p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Registration
   6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Conference Grand Opening Reception Hyatt
  Regency Exhibit Hall 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Exhibits Open
   Tuesday, March 6th  7:00 a.m. Registration 7:00 a.m. -
  8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:00 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Welcome:
  LTG Lawrence F. Skibbie, USA (Ret), President, NDIA 8:15 a.m.
  - 9:15 a.m. Keynoter: GEN William F. Kernan, USA, Commander-in-Chief
  U.S. Joint Forces Command (invited) 9:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
  A Warfighter's Perspective for the Future - "What's Important
  to the Warfighter?" 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Awards Luncheon:
  2001 Logistics Emeritus Award Presentation 1:00 p.m. - 7:00
  p.m. Exhibits Open 1:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. eSupport / eService
  "The New Frontier!" 3:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Force Revitalization
  "R-TOC Two Years Later!" 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Networking
  Reception - Hyatt Regency Exhibit Hall  Wednesday, March
  7th  7:00 a.m. Registration 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Continental
  Breakfast 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Keynoter: Hon Howard W. Peak,
  Mayor of San Antonio  8:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Life After BRAC
  "SA-ALC and KellyUSA" 10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Exhibits Open
   10:45 a.m. - Noon Industry / DoD Legislative & Policy Agenda
  2001 "The First 180 Days!" 12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Luncheon
  Speaker: DUSD (Logistics and Materiel Readiness)  2:00 p.m.
  - 5:30 p.m. Site Tours Kelly USA 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Texas
  BBQ Dinner (Not included in registration fee)  Thursday,
  March 8th  7:30 a.m. Registration 7:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
  Exhibits Open 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
   8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Keynoter: LTG John M. McDuffie, USA,
  JCS J-4 9:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Quadrennial Defense Review
  "An Overview" 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Networking Luncheon
   1:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. "Clearing the Fog of Logistics, a Senior
  Logisticians RoundTable" - JCS, Service and Defense Logistics
  Agency  3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Logistics / Acquisition / Financial
  Reform "Next Steps!" 
LINKURL: http://register.ndia.org/interview/register.ndia?~Brochure~173
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: djenks@ndia.org
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: 58 - - COMMUNICATION DETECTION EQUIPMENT 
DESC: This publication serves as a notice of intent to procure,
  on a sole-source basis, with MECCO, Inc for the NOAA, Pacific
  Marine Environmental Laboratory to provide W.S. Ocean Nitrate
  Monitor, NAS-2EN and Model NAS-0000 Surchage for 250 meter
  depth rating. This notice may represent the only official
  notice. This is a simplified acquisition. Questions concerning
  this acquisition may be directed to Melvin Fondue at 206-526-6043.
  Refer to WASC-1-580 with response date NLT 02/15/2001.  
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: R - - PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES.
DESC: This publication serves as a notice of intent to procure,
  on a sole-source basis, with the Seattle Aquarium Society
  for NOAA, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary to develop
  exhibitry and associated educational products that interpret
  the life history and habitats of sea otters of Olympic Coast
  National Marine Sanctuary. This notice may represent the only
  official notice. Questions concerning this acquisition may
  be directed to Melvin Fondue by FAX at 206-526-6025; refer
  to WASC-1-576 NLT 02/15/01.  
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Construction Division, 1850
  Mekong Street, Fort Carson, Colorado 80913-4323
SUBJECT: NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD A SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT
DESC: Under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, it is the Government's
  intent to award a sole source extension of existing maintenance
  contract for Evans Army Community Hospital (EACH), Fort Carson,
  CO, to J&J Maintenance Inc., of Austin TX. EACH requires continued
  maintenance for the period 01 Mar 31 May 01 while follow-on
  contract is awarded. Use of another contractor during this
  period would necessitate costly training and set-up, to be
  repeated on award of follow-on contract. This is not a formal
  solicitation. This synopsis is not considered a Request for
  Quotation or Proposal. No solicitation document is available
  and telephone requests will not be honored. No contract will
  be awarded on the basis of offers received in response to this
  notice. Any response to this notice must show clear and convincing
  evidence that competition would be advantageous to the Government.
  If no affirmative written response is received, the purchase
  will be awarded without further notice. A determination by
  the Government not to compete this proposed contract based
  on this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Detailed capabilities must be submitted to the above referenced
  address, ATTN: Nelson Smith, by 1:00 p.m., Mountain Standard
  Time, 28 Feb 2001. 
EMAILADD: nelson.smith@carson.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Ralph H. Johnson Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center,
  109 Bee Street, Charleston, SC 29401-5799
SUBJECT: J--SERVICE TRAINING FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES FOR MARCONI
  EDGE/ECLIPSE
DESC: Emergency Sole Source procurement for service training
  of three government employees to perform maintenance and repair
  on proprietary Marconi Edge/Eclipse government owned equipment.
  This training must be addressed with the use of proprietary
  diagnostic software which is only available to non Marconi
  employees who have attended the Marconi Service Training School.
  The training includes diagnostic software updates and online
  software support from the OEM at no charge for the life of
  the system. These employees will be the service technicians
  for VISN VII covering VAMC's in Alabama, Georgia and South
  Carolina for the Risk Pool.
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: R - - PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES
DESC: This publication serves as a notice of intent to procure,
  on a sole source basis, with Natural Resources Consultants,
  Inc for NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service for the review
  and evaluation of Russian data of Fisher Management practices
  in the Russian Far East and possible impact on steller sea
  lion population dynamics. This notice may represent the only
  official notice. Questions concerning this acquisition may
  be directed to Melvin Fondue BY fax at 206-526-6025; refer
  to WASC-1-577 NLT 02/15/01. 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: R - - PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES.
DESC: This publication serves as a notice of intent to procure,
  on a sole-source basis, with Washington Fish Growers Association
  for NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service to assist in development
  of a code of conduct for Net-Pen salmon farming. This notice
  may represent the only official notice. This is a simplified
  acquisition. Questions concerning this acquisition may be
  directed to Melvin Fondue by FAX at 206-526-6025; refer to
  WASC-1-571 NLT 02/15/01.   
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  SMC - Space & Missiles System Center, 2420 Vela Way, Suite
  2420, El Segundo, CA, 90245-4659
SUBJECT: B--2001 SPACE AND MISSILE SYSTEMS CENTER (SMC) INDUSTRY
  DAYS
DESC: Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) and the
  Los Angeles chapters of AFA, AFCEA, NDIA and SCAPR are sponsoring
  SMC Industry Days - "SMC and Industry - Tomorrow's Needs, Tomorrow's
  Technology, and Today's Fiscal Reality". This conference will
  be held March 21-22, 2001 at the Joint Forces Training Base,
  Los Alamitos, CA, and is limited to the first 300 registrants.
  Speakers from Headquarters USAF, AF Space Command, SMC and
  the AF Research Lab will brief space program status and acquisition
  opportunities. The conference will be held at the SECRET/NOFORN
  security level. The conference includes a day and a half of
  briefings, dinner at the Long Beach Marriott and an optional
  afternoon of golf at the Los Alamitos Navy Golf Course. Additional
  information and the registration form are available at the
  AFCEA LA Chapter website: http://www.afcea-la.org/.
LINKURL: /cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=S&P=Reference-Number-19&L=901
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Virginia.Callanan@losangeles.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Postal Service, Headquarters Purchasing, Room 4541,
  475 L'Enfant Plaza, SW., Washington, DC 20260-6230
SUBJECT: R--EXPEDITED PACKAGING SERVICES PROGRAM
DESC: FOR INFORMATION ONLY: USPS is negotiating a three-year
  extension under Contract 102590-94-B-0693 with DDD Company,
  for the Expedited Packaging Services Program, in return for
  unique value considerations in the USPS best business interest.

EMAILADD: hfagan@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3N4)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: U.S. Office Of Personnel Management, 1900 E Street, NW.,
  Room 1342, Washington, DC 20415
SUBJECT: FEDERAL BENEFITS CONFERENCE EXHIBITS
DESC: The U.S. Office of Personnel Management's annual Federal
  Benefits Conference, 2001: A Benefits Odyssey, will be held
  at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, VA, on June
  5-8, 2001. This year the Federal Benefits Conference will have
  a vendor exhibit area on June 6 and 7. The annual Federal Benefits
  Conference is a major U.S. Office of Personnel Management Retirement
  and Insurance Service initiative. The purpose of the conference
  is to update the group on initiatives in the area, share information
  among agencies about actions some have taken to deal with benefits
  education, increased workloads, etc., and address crosscutting
  issues in retirement, insurance, Social Security, workers compensation,
  and Thrift Savings Plan administration. The conference will
  include payroll-related topics and will have sessions on interactions
  between payroll and human resource functions. In the past approximately
  a third of the attendees were Federal agency headquarters level
  staff who are responsible for administering the benefits program
  within their agencies. The other attendees were field staff
  with benefits administration responsibilities at the field
  level. Last year, approximately 500 agency representatives
  attended the conference. We expect about 600 attendees at this
  year's conference. Exhibitors Information. Twenty exhibit spaces
  are available. Exhibit spaces will be allocated on a first
  come first served basis. Registration must be received by April
  6, 2001. The exhibit area will be in public areas of the hotel.
  Exhibitors may set up beginning at 8:00 AM, June 6. Exhibits
  must be removed by 4:00 PM, June 7. Conference sessions begin
  at 9:00 AM each day and will end at 5:00 PM. The morning and
  afternoon refreshment breaks will be set up for the conference
  attendees in the exhibit area on June 6 and 7. The exhibit
  booths will be either 8' by 8' or 8' by 10' with pipe and drapes
  and will include an electrical outlet, one table and 2 chairs.
  The cost of an exhibit booth is $750 for an 8' by 8' booth
  or $850 for an 8' by 10' booth . VCR with monitor is available
  for an extra charge of $205 per day; a phone line is available
  for an extra charge of $75 per day plus the cost of calls.
  Exhibitors will rent the space directly from the Sheraton Norfolk
  Waterside Hotel. However, the rental application and checks
  will come to the Office of Personnel Management. Checks must
  be made payable to the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel. Participation
  in the exhibit area does not mean that the U.S. Office of Personnel
  Management in any way endorses or approves the vendor or its
  products or services. Exhibitors may not represent in any way
  that their participation at the Federal Benefits Conference
  represents any endorsement or approval by the U.S. Office of
  Personnel Management. For additional information and an exhibit
  area registration form please call (202) 606-4900 or email
  fedbenconf@opm.gov. 
EMAILADD: fedbenconf@opm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  form
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Federal Business Council, Inc, 10810 Guilford Rd., Suite
  105, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701
SUBJECT: NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU COUNTERDRUG CONFERENCE 2001
DESC: National Guard Bureau Counterdrug Conference 2001 Counterdrug
  Coordinators Conference  "Technology for Counterdrug Enforcement"
   Orlando, Florida March 26-27, 2001 Hyatt, Orlando  The
  National Guard Counterdrug Program provides highly skilled
  personnel, specialized equipment, and facilities to support
  law enforcement agencies and community-based organization in
  response to the changing drug threat. Attendees include over
  300 Counterdrug Coordinators from across the country.  Requested
  Technologies Include:  Information Assurance Robotics Night
  Vision Surface & Aerial Reconnaissance Ruggedized Computers
   Communication Equipment & Products Database Management Laptops
   Hardware/Software Geographic Information Systems Crime Mapping
   Crime Analysis Data Sharing Devices Digital Imagery Internet/Intranet
   Presentation Systems  For more information on exhibiting,
  please call the Federal Business Council at 800-878-2940 or
  respond by email to sales@fbcdb.com. 
LINKURL: http://www.fbcinc.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sales@fbcdb.com
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Federal Business Council, Inc, 10810 Guilford Rd., Suite
  105, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701
SUBJECT: GSA ACES FORUM
DESC: GSA ACES Washington, DC February 14, 2001  The Second
  Annual GSA Access Certificates for Electronic Services (ACES)
  Forum will be held on February 14, 2001 in downtown Washington
  D.C. at the Almas Temple, located at 13th and K St., NW. The
  time of the event will be from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.  Following
  the success of the 1st ACES Forum, GSA will be holding this
  one-day conference to update the community on the ACES Program.
  FBC's past events with GSA/FTS have proven to be successful
  for both attendees and exhibitors. Open to GSA ACES and Safeguard
  industry partners and their subcontractors ONLY. Please contact
  your FBC representative as soon as possible for more information.
    For more information, please contact Bob Jeffers at (800)
  878-2940 x 226 or bj1@fbcdb.com     
LINKURL: http://www.fbcinc.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sales@fbcdb.com
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Battelle Memorial Institute, 505 King Ave., Columbus,
  Ohio 43201
SUBJECT: STAKEHOLDER COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
  VERIFICATION PROGRAM'S ADVANCED MONITORING SYSTEMS CENTER
DESC: The National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL), Office
  of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency (US EPA), Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina
  2711, and Battelle, Columbus, Ohio, are partners in an Environmental
  Technology Verification (ETV) Center for Advanced Monitoring
  Systems (AMS). The goal of ETV is to verify the performance
  characteristics of commercially ready environmental technologies
  so potential purchasers and permitters are provided with an
  independent and credible assessment of the technology they
  are buying or permitting. The AMS Center is focused on verifying
  air, water, and soil monitoring technologies. Battelle has
  established stakeholder committees for air and water monitoring
  technologies. A stakeholder committee for soil monitoring technologies
  will be formed at a later date. The air and water stakeholder
  committees are comprised of 25-30 representatives from federal,
  state, and local environmental and regulatory agencies; trade
  and professional associations; business and investment companies;
  and other organizations. The role of the stakeholders is to
  provide input from various perspectives on implementing the
  verification process through the duration of the AMS Center.
    The next meetings of the two committees will be held at
  the following times and places: Air Stakeholder Committee,
  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 19, and from 8:00 a.m.
  to noon on Tuesday, March 20, 2001. Location: Eldorado Hotel,
  309 West San Francisco St., Santa Fe, NM 87501, 1-800-286-6755.
  For additional meeting information, contact: Gretchen Hund,
  Battelle; phone 206-528-3338; fax 206-528-3552; e-mail: hund@battelle.org.
  Water Stakeholder Committee, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday,
  March 26, and from 8:00 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 27,
  2001. Location: Asilomar Conference Center, Asilomar Blvd.
  and Sinex, Pacific Grove, CA 93850. For additional meeting
  information, contact: Todd Peterson, Battelle; phone 206-528-3274;
  fax 206-528-3552; e-mail: petersts@battelle.org.   Members
  of the committees will receive updates on the status of verification
  tests completed, in progress, and planned; future verification
  tests being considered; and technology needs and issues. Guest
  speakers from regional, state, and local regulatory agencies
  will give their perspectives.  All sessions are open to the
  public but space is limited. To register or for additional
  information about the stakeholder meetings, contact Ms. Hund
  or Mr. Peterson at the numbers listed above. For general information
  about the AMS Center, contact Helen Latham, 505 King Ave.,
  Columbus OH 43201; phone 614-424-4062; fax 614-424-5601; or
  e-mail lathamh@battelle.org.
LINKURL: http://www.epa.gov/etv/07/07_main.htm
LINKDESC: 
  AMS Center web site
EMAILADD: lathamh@battelle.org
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Federal Business Council, Inc, 10810 Guilford Rd., Suite
  105, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701
SUBJECT: OSDBU PROCUREMENT CONFERENCE
DESC: 11th Annual OSDBU Procurement Conference, Upper Marlboro,
  MD, April 24, 2001   The 11th Annual OSDBU Procurement conference
  and exhibition will be held on Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at the
  Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. This one-day
  conference and exposition is co-sponsored by more than 40 Federal
  Government agencies and their Prime Contractors. It provides
  a forum for Small, Minority, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned,
  HUB Zone and Women-Owned businesses to market their products
  and services to on- hand federal procurement personnel.  
   The conference seminars, workshops and on-on-one counseling
  are designed to educate firms about important programs and
  policies that will affect their businesses now and in the future.
    To register on-line go to: www.treas.gov/sba/osdbu  For
  more information call the Federal Small Business Technology
  Council at (301) 206-2940 or (800) 878-2940 x244. You can also
  email any questions to Janin Hardin at janin@fbcdb.com  

LINKURL: http://www.fbcinc.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sales@fbcdb.com
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters Acquisition
  Branch, Code 210.H, Greenbelt, MD 20771
SUBJECT: A--NASA EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE STRATEGIC PLANS SYMPOSIUM
DESC: The NASA Earth and Space Science Enterprises (ESE and SSE)
  announce plans to conduct the Earth and Space Science Strategic
  Plans Symposium on March 7, 2001 at the OMNI Shoreham Hotel,
  Washington, DC. The symposium will run from 8:30 AM to 5:30
  PM. NASA officials will present recently published enterprise
  strategic plans and research plans. The objective is to inform
  participants about anticipated opportunities to participate
  in Earth and space science programs over the next few years.
  The NASA Earth Science Enterprise will discuss its Research
  Strategy for 2000-2010, which establishes long-term scientific
  objectives for the Enterprise. In addition, the new Earth science
  Applications Strategy, intended to broaden public benefit from
  NASA's Earth science programs, will also be presented. The
  Space Science Enterprise will present its new strategic plan
  and an overview of the processes and anticipated opportunities
  to participate in space science research and flight missions.
  The symposium will also feature a panel that will present NASA's
  technology development programs and capabilities. Lunch will
  be provided; costs will be covered by a registration fee. Copies
  of NASA documents presented will be provided to registrants.
  A no-host reception will follow the workshop. Paid pre-registration
  is required, either through the web or by contacting Lanette
  Vanston (lvanston@westover-gb.com) of Westover Consultants
  at 301-345-3211 extension 104, NLT February 26, 2001. Registration
  forms and additional information may be obtained at http://www.westoverconferences.com/ese.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=04#NESSSP-000MSG
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lvanston@westover-gb.com
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, 2174 13 1/2 St, Fort Campbell,
  Ky 42223-5358
SUBJECT: OMB CIRCULAR A-76 COST COMPARISON STUDY OF READINESS
  BUSINESS CENTER, FORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY
DESC: FIRST NOTICE : This requirement was previously synopsized
  as W34GLO-9160-N021 (PR Number). The new solicitation number
  is DAKF23-01-R-0202. The Directorate of Contracting, Garrison
  and Tenant Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky is soliciting
  proposals for OMB Circular A-76 Cost Comparison (multifunction)
  for the Readiness Business Center (RBC) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
  The requirement is for all management and resources to perform
  operation, maintenance, repair and operation for RBC. Major
  task include Support Services for Supply and Services, Material
  Maintenance, Transportation, Operation Support and Services
  and Aviation Logistic Maintenance. Responses to this notice
  and not to the referenced web cite will not be accepted. Any
  resultant contract will have a performance period that includes
  a phase-in and base year with four option periods. NAICS is
  56121 with small business size standard of $20.0 million. The
  anticipated contract type is firm-fixed price with a cost-reimbursement
  line item. This acquisition is (UNRESTRICTED). Proposal evaluation
  will be in accordance with the procedures set forth in OMB
  Circular A-76, Army Regulation 5-20, Pamphlet 5-20, the Source
  Selection Evaluation Plan, and Section M of the Request for
  Proposals. In accordance with OMB Circular A-76, the proposal
  deemed to represent the best value to the Government will be
  compared to the Government's proposal to perform said services.
  The solicitation will not result in contract award if the Government
  performance is determined to be more advantageous. The study
  will determine if it is more economical to contract out the
  functions to a commercial activity or retain the functions
  within the federal workforce. This notice does not constitute
  a commitment by the government. The projected date of issuance
  of the solicitation is on/or about 03 May 2001 with proposal
  due on/ about 03 July 2001. The issue date and date for receipt
  of proposal is estimated. Actual date and time for receipt
  of proposals will be specified in the solicitation. When this
  solicitation is issued, a copy may be obtained from the Army
  Single Face to Industry website http://acquisition.army.mil
  and the Fort Campbell Directorate of Contracting website http://www.campbell-doc.army.mil.
  The solicitation will not be available in hard copy. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered by
  this agency. Government personnel are currently performing
  this requirement; therefore, there is no current contract information
  available by request under Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
LINKURL: http://www.campbell-doc.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: smithl@emh2.campbell.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-031 SN50C411)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Directorate Of Combat Developments, ATTN: ATSF-FC (Mr.
  Bill Whisenant), Fort Sill, OK 73503-5600
SUBJECT: NOTICE OF SENIOR FIRE SUPPORT CONFERENCE AT FORT SILL,
  OKLAHOMA
DESC: OFFADD: Directorate of Combat Developments, ATTN: ATSF-FC
  (Mr. Bill Whisenant), Fort Sill, OK 73503-5600  SUBJECT:
  SENIOR FIRE SUPPORT CONFERENCE DESC: Senior Fire Support Conference,
  The U.S. Army Field Artillery School announces its Senior Fire
  Support Conference (Formerly The Field Artillery Conference).
  The conference will be held April 23-27, 2001, Snow Hall (Bldg
  #730), Fort Sill, OK. All government contractors are invited
  to display their products on a "First come, First served basis."
  The 2001 conference theme is "The Field Artillery in Transformation".
  Conference registration fee is $83.00 per person and this includes
  5 continental breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 mid morning snacks,
  4 mid afternoon snacks and the icebreaker social on Monday.
  This fee does include the cost of the Icebreaker Social - April
  23, 2001. Attendance is optional for social events. Display
  set-up will take place on April 20, 2001. Display tear-down
  will occur after 12:00 PM, April 27, 2001. Invitations to the
  1999 contractors and those who have responded to previous announcements
  in this CBD have been mailed. If you did not receive a packet,
  and would like to have a display at the conference, contact
  the POC below immediately as the published suspense to requests
  to be received is 1 Feb 2001. All contractors must contact
  Mr. Bill Whisenant at (580) 442-6309/3702, (whisenantb@sill.army.mil),
  or Jolene Price at (580) 442-3814, (pricej@sill.army.mil) before
  February 1, 2001. Space is limited and must be coordinated
  early. For information concerning invitations to attend the
  conference as an attendee, contact Mr. Ed Stiles at stilese@sill.army.mil.
  Invitations are required for attendence. 
LINKURL: http://sill-www.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: whisenantb@sill.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  Conference Display POC
CITE: (W-031 SN50C3T6)